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Great day at Hilly Fields Fayre

Great day at Hilly Fields FayreWe had a great day at Hilly Fields Fayre in Brockley today, sowing bean seeds with children and talking gardening to anyone who’d listen! Thanks to fellow Master Gardeners Harry, Annina, Hilda and Alona who helped. The rain held off for most of the day, bar a quick downpour at 3.30pm. There was lots of […]

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Crystal Palace Overground Festival

Crystal Palace Overground FestivalOn June 16th MGs Kate, Pamela and Alona ran a stall at this popular eco and holistic festival Pamela writes: It was a chilly day, with high winds at Crystal Palace overground festival. We had a great time at the Master gardener stall, doing one pot pledges (pumpkins were the most popular seeds) and answering […]

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What if…

What if…Still planning my MG actions and not inspired by this weather… However I was looking at some photos today and found one to share here. It is from a visit to the British Museum with my nieces and nephews last year. I found this on the room of the Assyrian civilization. A clear example of […]

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Doddington Jubilation

Doddington JubilationMG Guy who joined in April this year gives an honest and delightful account of his Jubilee Monday engaging the wider community with the joys of growing peas and beans. There was a Jubilee Big Lunch last monday in the Doddington Square and Community Roof Garden. I set up shop in the garden with a […]

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Keep your plate full with succession sowing

Keep your plate full with succession sowingSome vegetables are too eager. They race for maturity, but deteriorate if not picked, leaving you to eat a season’s quota of your favourite crop in one go. Just too many radish. The trick is staggering harvest times by sowing seeds little and often in ‘succession’. You can keep your plate evenly full by growing […]

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