• Garden news

    by  • 29/09/2011 • Country moment • 3 Comments

    It is with a little sadness that I bring you the last of our garden updates for this  year. As the  growing season draws to an end we’ve decided to give the ground, and the gardeners, a rest for a few months so the plot is gradually being put to rest. There are still a few crops to harvest such as tomatoes and beans, plus it looks like we may have some raspberries to look forward to in the autumn months.

    Highlights from this year include being part of the company garden open day event, our summer harvest raffle, getting the magazine team green-fingered and of course watching everything grow. Thank you for your support, tips and ideas you’ve sent to us over the last few months. Please keep them coming – we’ll be planning next years garden very soon. In the meantime, enjoy the last of this seasons sunshine and harvest.

    A ladybird enjoys a light lunch

    A ladybird enjoys a light lunch

    3 Responses to Garden news

    1. 29/09/2011 at 9:50 am

      It’s sad but think of it as a well deserved rest which will only give more energy and beauty to the garden next year!

    2. 30/09/2011 at 1:14 am

      Awesome effort! I have enjoyed following your garden from distant shores (the southern US). I don’t read all my subscriptions, but I always read yours and the roof garden has been a highlight.

      If more offices grew food on the roof, the world would be a better place. I’m looking forward to next year.

      Well done. (A gardening yank)

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