Tuesday, 29 September 2020

Mentioned in Dispatches by Thompson & Morgan


Thompson & Morgan

 

Hi Alan

Having passed the autumn equinox there’s a definite nip in the air, but your September stories have filled our screens with warmth, colour and flavour. Here’s a quick round-up of the content that particularly caught our eye this month…

Drop us a line via blog@thompson-morgan.com if you spot something that deserves a mention in our October email. And please share these featured posts.

 

Ear nibbling!

Was your sweetcorn nibbled like Sue’s? Luckily Green Lane Allotment's pears, potatoes and ‘All Gold’ raspberries were fantastic. Check out their Sept haul!

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Winter colour

Wintersweet bursts into life in the coldest months bringing exquisite perfume and elegant colour. See T&M's blog post for more winter garden inspiration.

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Damson ketchup

Over at The Diary of a Country Girl, Kate loves a homemade sauce full of deep, dark flavours that unravel on your tongue. What a clever use of foraged fruit.

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Malvern plant fair

Seasonal door displays aren’t just for Xmas! Michelle at Veg Plotting unexpectedly enjoyed flower arranging talks at Malvern Fair and treated herself to a new sculpture.

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Smells as sweet

Ronnie’s renamed her blog! Discover how Hurtled to 60 refreshed her brand at the same time that she freshened up her autumn pots.

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Squash success

At manVslug.uk, Alan’s T&M squash plants have sprung into life. No ordinary gourd - these varieties can be eaten in place of potato. We look forward to an update...

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Autumn Magic

The Chatty Gardener found time to visit Trench Hill this month. Mandy’s photos will transport you to a beautiful Cotswolds garden that’s constantly evolving.

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Space food

Science writer Emma loves hydroponic food and seeks high tech ways to feed people. Will The Unconventional Gardener find the best salad to grow in space?

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