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Greenhouse – Red Spider Mite

One of my customers showed me there peach tree growing in there greenhouse. The leaves were very mottled and were beginning to drop prematurely. The actual fruit did not seem to be progressing to there normal size. This is one … Continue reading

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NT Greenway, Devon – Agatha Christie wrote here,

NT Greenway, Devon was much more of a pleasure to visit from a gardeners perspective. Greenhouses, Grapes, Peaches, Apricots, Figs, Apples are all part of the estate. Yet another huge Sweet Chestnut (castenea) tree by the car park, and another … Continue reading

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The Greenhouse heaters are on, in August!!

I knew it was going to go cold last night. The forecast said just slightly above freezing. But this morning in checking my greenhouse, the heater was on. Max/min recorder said it went down to 2 deg C The heater … Continue reading

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Emptying the Grafting Bins

Just a quick photo to illustrate what the grafted trees are like when they come out of the grafting bins. These have been grafted in March and then kept in a greenhouse, at about 10 deg C. The rootstocks have … Continue reading

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Forde Abbey and Gardens, Somerset – October 2011

We finally found Forde Abbey after the sat nav sent us via a very tortuous route.  

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