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  1. A thread to discuss your garden and share any tips - especially in deal with whatever the British weather throws at us! Continuing from a post in the model thread... OK this caught my eye since my house isn't that big and I have several pepper plants that are now too big for their pots (roots showing at the bottom). I really want to replant them in 5 gallon/25 litre containers but I can't do that until they go outside to the greenhouse. Peppers are certainly not hardy plants in this climate so am unsure about putting them out in this current cold & wet weather. It's highly unlikely to see
  2. How to Create a Container Vegetable Garden - Blog by Jenny Bell WWW.NETWEATHER.TV This week is National Gardening Week, a week to celebrate the nation's love of gardening and raise awareness about the positive impact that gardening has on...
  3. April Gardening: Your guide to the busiest month of the year - Blog by Jenny Bell WWW.NETWEATHER.TV April can be the busiest month in the garden, with plenty to be getting on with. Jenny Bell takes us through all the key-tasks in the second of her new gardening...
  4. Lockdown Gardening - Top Tips for New Gardeners - Blog by Jenny Bell WWW.NETWEATHER.TV In the first in a regular series of gardening articles, Jenny Bell gives her top tips for new gardeners who are maybe taking their first gardening steps during the lockdown.
  5. Hello all you lovely people, I make/create all sorts of things in my spare time and was wondering, are there any other creative, crafty people on here? If so, please do tell and share some pics of the lovely things you make. Anything at all, from loo roll creatures to master paintings and everything in between. To get the ball rolling, here's a xmas tree fairy I've made - who says they all got to be silver/gold etc, I was missing Cornwall so made a seaside one instead.
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