Helleborus Spring Promise – Wordless Wednesday

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What do you do about mice in your garden?

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This winter we have had lost of snow but it has not been as cold as usual. The mice have kept on procreating and the result is devastating.

New Growth in the Polytunnel

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After all the snow, fiercely cold winds, icicles and slippery roads we were suddenly pleasantly surprised by a surge in temperatures and….sunshine!

Start of a New Growing Season – Wordless Wednesday

Cucumber seedling

A little Spring Gift – Wordless Wednesday

The Gift of Spring

Winter Blues

Front garden with snow

It has been snowing for more than a week here in the Belgian Ardennes. The garden has vanished under a bright white icy carpet. Inside I started sowing in the heated propagator.

Gardening in January

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January is one of those months that gardening is almost impossible here in the Belgian Ardennes. It’s either snowing, raining or both at the same time. The soil to frozen or to muddy.

Looking Forward to Spring – Wordless Wednesday

Pear Blossom Feature

Save Money in 2015 and Grow Your Own

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Financially 2014 has not been the best year for us… however, luckily for us we grow our own veggies! The summer of 2014 goes down in history as the hottest summer in three centuries and we couldn’t be happier. We had a bumper crop of all the sun loving veggies which resulted in pasta sauces, […]

Happy Holidays from Us!

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Polytunnel in December

Broad Beans in Polytunnel in december - feature

Outside it is -1°C, inside it is 10°C. Inside the polytunnel that is!

Frosty Helleborus – Wordless Wednesday

Frosty Hellaborus Feature

5 Reasons to Grow Sanguisorba Minor

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So how about Sanguisorba, also known as garden burnet or salad burnet. It’s edible, medicinal, draught resistant, perennial and butterflies love them.

A Sunny Autumn day in the Ardennes – Wordless Wednesday

Sunny Autumn day in the Ardennes