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GARDEN Notes
On a mild day, the citrusy-spicy scent of witch hazel will waft on the air for many metres. Enjoy these ribboned, pom-pom flowers in yellows, reds and oranges from December to March. Plant in a border among spring bulbs, or in a large container, in s
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Three To Forage Today
Packed with vitamins A, B, C and D, the young leaves are excellent in salads, and are a diuretic. Vitamin C-rich elderberries can be used in syrups and cordials to treat fevers, coughs and colds. This leafy herb has anti-inflammatory properties to
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3 Jobs To Do In The Garden
Small mammals, frogs and insects all hibernate in compost over winter. To avoid disturbing or harming them, ensure you don’t turn your compost heap until April. In mild weather, hedgehogs emerge from hibernation early, so leave water and meaty dog fo