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Peter Thoday remembers The Victorian Kitchen Garden

An exclusive interview with Peter Thoday, presenter and narrator of the successful 1980’s television series The Victorian Kitchen Garden, The Victorian Flower Garden, The Victorian Kitchen and The Wartime Kitchen & Garden. Peter talks about his time filming the series and recalls memories of …

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Changing Face of Allotments

This week I’ve found myself at the centre of a news story rather than writing about it. You see, around four weeks ago I made a comment on my personal gardening blog in relation to a story published in the gardening magazine, Amateur Gardening. …

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Amateur Gardener: June #6

Sean is waiting for the rain after 2 months of non-stop sunshine. Jonathan is making the most of the elderflowers and making champagne while Geoff is attracting wildlife in his garden.

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Amateur Gardener: April #4

Kris is busy in the greenhouse with tomatoes and hanging baskets while Jonathan looks around the Spring allotment site for something to eat. Claire pots on her pumpkin and Sean meets Richard Reynolds, a Guerilla Gardener from London. Also includes an interview with Dr …

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Amateur Gardener: April #3

Sean and Claire continue work on the allotment. We visit Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses and launch the NGS Yellow Book. Allotmenteer Geoff give us a tour around his compost toilet. Includes James Wong, James Alexander-Sinclair and Joe Swift. Sean plants summer bulbs.

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Amateur Gardener: March #2

Sean harvests the first of the rhubarb and visits a new allotment site in Hampshire while Claire is in the greenhouse sowing the first fruit of the year. Jonathan gets frugal in the kitchen using the remains of last years harvest. Kris is busy …

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Amateur Gardener: March #1

We meet the gardeners and introduce the allotment before kicking off the season with the first sowings of vegetables and flowers. Sean visits an allotment site where the landlords may increase the yearly rent from £67 to £200/£400 and takes time to visit Charles …

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