Monthly Archives: February 2015

Updates from George on his own pots and the Caley workshop pots.

The sunshine over the past few days has seen a significant change in the colour of the bulb foliage. The daffs and hyacinths leaves are colouring up and there is even some colour showing in some of the Hyacinth flower … Continue reading

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The workshop pots have been removed from their winter quarters.

On a bright sunny, but chilly, morning in Edinburgh the Caley workshop participants and I headed to the RBGE nursery.  Having driven up from the Borders, where we still have snow, it was a delight to be greeted at the nursery … Continue reading

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A sunny day at the allotment

A brilliantly clear and sunny winter day made it a pleasure to be out and working on the plot. Finally we managed to make great progress with the dead hedge which has been mentioned in the blog for weeks now.  … Continue reading

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Slow progress with George’s bulbs

Bulb blog from George Anderson: Well the cool weather has certainly stopped any of the bulbs making extravagant advances over the past week. They have started to green up with the weak winter sunshine but have not put on any extension … Continue reading

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Redcroft Garden News – 1st February 2015

Anna Buxton’s blog from Redcroft Garden: It isn’t really Spring yet but there are marvellous scents wafting around in our garden.     Sarcococca confusa has rather unimpressive white flowers but it gives off a beautiful scent, and when picked … Continue reading

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