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Our Blog Has Moved to www.my-garden-school/news. Thanks for reading!

http://www.my-garden-school.com/news Thanks for reading Team at MyGardenSchool Filed under: Bulbs, Garden Books, garden design, Garden Photography, Garden tools, gardens, Gardens to Visit, Gardens to Visit - Europe, Gardens to Visit - UK, Gardens to...
by MyGardenSchool on Jan 20, 2011

Our Blog Has Moved to www.my-garden-school/news. Thanks for reading!

http://www.my-garden-school.com/news Thanks for reading Team at MyGardenSchool Filed under: Bulbs, Garden Books, garden design, Garden Photography, Garden tools, gardens, Gardens to Visit, Gardens to Visit - Europe, Gardens to Visit - UK, Gardens to...
by MyGardenSchool on Jan 20, 2011

What’s happening to our conker trees? The dying out of the horsechestnuts..

Has anyone noticed that all our conker trees are dying?  They are brown and crispy and aren’t producing the fat juicy conkers they used to when we were children.  A blight on the scale of Dutch Elm disease (responsible for annihilating the e...
by MyGardenSchool on Aug 15, 2010

Chestnuts exploding over an open fire / veganmofo 2009

My mother was a pretty straightforward cook, and our dinners were usually meat, potato, salad when my father was home, and chicken, potato, salad when he wasn't. There was an occasional foray into frozen green beans or canned peas, but she didn't exp...
by Andrea's easy vegan cooking on Oct 19, 2009

Friday photo - A conker hit my car today!

A conker hit my car today (OK, it was yesterday). I guess it must be autumn in Bristol. We have an open green space near the area I live in Bristol called the Downs - it’s the green lung of North Bristol. People play football there, run round i...
by Heather on her travels on Oct 2, 2009


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