As one growing season ends, it’s time to think of the next one as John Stoa plants his spring bulbs.
Summer is almost here which means John Stoa is set to put another season to bed.
Forget New Year resolutions – August is a great time to turn over a new culinary leaf, says John Stoa
After a season of rich pickings, it’s time for John Stoa to preserve his autumn crops.
Spring is long overdue, and this feature on spring flowers had to be put back a couple of times as spring flowers were hard to find.
John Stoa gets his hands dirty with some soil improvements.
Getting into the Christmas spirit with John Stoa
John Stoa’s summer flowers are continuing to enjoy the remarkably warm season.
The autumn harvest is continuing in John Stoa’s garden.
My introduction to the humble raspberry was in the early fifties when this eight year old followed a group of young kids from our housing estate to our local raspberry fields, just a ten minute walk away.