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An Hour in the Garden Podcast No 55

Lopping, herbs, seeds, and much more! What the micropile does, laying a path, compost and peat.

 

In this week’s podcast, Paul gets prickled to death and has his ear pierced by a dog rose! Blummin hurts too!

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An Hour in the Garden No 55 – Lopping, herbs, seeds, and much more!

 

 

Well, it’s the end of March and we seem to have a Spring Day on out hands! MarvellousIn this week’s show we hack away at the conifers and Dog rose and get my ears pierced!

 

 

We look at a number of shade loving herbs and how to grow them.

 

 

What the micropyle does in a seed.

 

 

The substance on a seed that delays or inhibits germination – and no it’s not put there by seed merchants!

 

 

The fence is up – well, part of it is.

 

 

Building a path and a new raised bed and can we use railway sleepers to make one – yes, here’s how.

 

 

Not using peat based compost and much more….

 

 

Please visit www.kitchennewbie.com and look for Garden Newbie.

 

 

Please Please Please let us know what you are doing in your garden and maybe a photograph???

 

 

Eva Larsson

 

Eva wrote to us from Sweden, here are some of the seeds she has started off in her polytunnel:

Kate from Kentucky

 

Kate was in the depths of winter one minute, then she was into Spring! Weather and nature is pretty much the same everywhere!

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We are really keen to hear from you, your gardening exploits and maybe a picture?

 

Email paul@kitchennewbie.com

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