Summer heat is turning this season’s fruit growing into a classic, says John Stoa
We may be in mid-winter and as it’s a wee bit cold outdoors, and the first snow-flakes have arrived, so better to do some indoor gardening.
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.
The festive season is a time to relax and enjoy the benefits of our labour over the past year.
Summer has just about gone, or maybe we are still waiting for it to arrive, once that rain goes off.
Storms in the middle of June caused a fair bit of damage all around the garden and allotment.
It’s flower show season. Courier gardening expert John Stoa sorts out his beds from his borders.
The autumn harvest is continuing in John Stoa’s garden.
John Stoa gets his hands dirty with some soil improvements.
The garden has now gone into its autumn phase.