Thursday, 30 July 2020

Mentioned in Dispatches by Thompson & Morgan

Thompson & Morgan

 

Hi Alan,

July is the glorious month when our beds, borders, baskets and containers are at their peak - and if you’re a veg grower, it’s the season of gluts! This month we’ve loved seeing your homegrown harvests, reading your allotment news and admiring your beautiful blooms. Here are just some of the stories that particularly caught our eye…

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Pretty in pink

David had that ‘I’ve got to have it’ feeling when he saw Diascia personata last summer. See why it’s his ‘plant of the year’ over at David's Garden Diary.

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Bonsai magic

Bonsai is the ancient Japanese craft where gardening meets art. Visit T&M's blog for expert tips, and try this stress-relieving hobby at home.

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Rambling roses

If you’re a sucker for a rose-covered cottage, you’ll love Susan Rushton's beautiful images. Discover 18 stunning ways to support a rambling rose.

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Allotment update

Check out this allotment masterclass over at The Frustrated Gardener! Dan’s only had this plot since January but his stunning veg will make your mouth water.

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Stylish meadow

Think meadows are messy? Pauline’s neat patches of flowery meadow at Lead Up The Garden Path gracefully attract birds and insects galore.

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Hydroponics

At manVslug.uk Alan’s been dipping his toe into hydroponics. See his ingenious idea for recycling plastic tubs into soil-free growing systems.

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Wild strawberry cake

Overrun with wild strawberries? Make the most of those tiny fruits and satisfy your appetite with this delicious recipe shared by Shaheen at Allotment2Kitchen.

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Mulling on Mullein

When this statuesque wildflower turned up at Mal's Edinburgh Allotment, he was delighted. But who knew it can be used to stupify fish or line your shoes?

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All the very best,

Thompson & Morgan blog team

 

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