Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sculpture in the Garden

I’m hoping to be able to attend Jilly Sutton’s forthcoming masterclass at the Oxford College of Garden Design, on the 11th November.  The OCGD masterclasses are great opportunities to hear first-hand from internationally renown experts, and attendance is not just … Continue reading

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Plants Make You Feel Better

Whilst readers of this blog may be happy to accept, without “proof”, that plants improve how you feel, many others remain sceptical.  But there is actually a fair bit of sound scientific evidence to support the link between having plants … Continue reading

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Free Tickets Link for Southwest Homebuilding & Renovating Show 2010

We’re exhibiting at the South-West Homebuilding & Renovating Show 2010 on 27-28 November 2010 – see our earlier post. If you would like FREE tickets to the show (normally £5 in advance and £8 on the door), just click on … Continue reading

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Growing Grapes in Hampshire

Over the years Judy’s brother Tim has been involved in most aspects of wine production, and he retains an interest in a small vineyard of a few acres in west Hampshire.  Yesterday was “grape picking day” and I, along with … Continue reading

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