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Whilst creating this site, we realised that there are two main things which bond this Parish together ... the first being dogs with the second being gardening !

Whether you have a passion for climbing roses, cucumbers, new potatoes or runner beans, gardening seems to have got a grip on everyone. So this section is for everyone who grows stuff to win, to eat, or simply to enjoy ... this is your section !


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Sunday, 4 May 2014
Category: Gardeners Q&A

Carol asks: Can you help me get rid of the slugs that are in my kitchen. They crawl across the floor as I can see the silvery lines.

Wednesday, 1 January 2014
Category: Gardeners Q&A

Roy asks: I have a small veg patch in my garden. All going well except my parsnips, they are all forking. Please could you help?

Wednesday, 1 January 2014
Category: Gardeners Calendar

Prune apple and pear trees.
Dig around when dry and frost-free.
Add Farm Yard Manure ... 

Friday, 1 March 2013
Category: Gardeners Calendar

Plant summer-flowering bulbs
Cut back perennials
Plant sweet peas ... continued >

Friday, 1 February 2013
Category: Gardeners Calendar

Finish pruning your fruit trees.
Dig beds when dry.
Chit early potatoes ... continued >