Stopwatch Gardener Cottage Gardening Podcast
There is no better month in the calendar than May. In my garden the lilacs, late parrot tulips, early alliums and herbaceous peonies cavort with the aquilegias I never got around to weeding out (and Iâ€™m glad I didnâ€™t).
The abundance of May slightly takes me by surprise every year. So much of the greenery that strikes my eye, from the herbaceous peonies to the delphiniums, was invisible in January, but now it is all part of the greenscape that makes the May garden see...
In this week's podcast I'm talking a bit about my ruthless streak, chopping back strong perennials that are crowding out first-year plants, and looking at spring planting combinations, new peonies and an ailing camellia
In this episode of the gardening podcast, I'm looking at the delphiniums that are growing like wildfire and planning how to get bigger blooms this July.
For gardeners it is indescribably exciting when the bumblebees get moving, the pollen starts flying and the blossom on the fruit trees starts bursting in springtime. In this episode of the Stopwatch Gardener podcast,
Welcome to another episode of the Stopwatch Gardener podcast, where this week I'm rushing about the garden like a mad thing, getting excited about every early-spring plant and the very first humming bumblebee of the season.
Welcome to the latest Stopwatch Gardener podcast, where I take a mid-February walk around the garden. In this episode I'm looking at a creeping phlox, dreaming of meconopsis, and announcing my 2014 Rare Plants for Rare Disease Research fundraiser for n...
Early February in my Scottish cottage garden, the latest Stopwatch Gardener podcast. This episode: snowdrops, pruned wisteria and freshly cleaned patio slabs ready for spring.
A walk in my Scottish cottage garden presented as the first in a series of podcasts. This episode: January flowers, vegetable beds and keeping an eye on the peach tree.