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Japanese anemone Late August, Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham 057This week

The topic for the latest thinkingardens supper – ‘The love that dare not speak it’s name’ - a re-issue (but you never browse the index, do you?)

Last week

– a review of the Garden Festival at Chaumont by Valerie Lapthorne – is this show past it’s best before date?

Olden and Golden

Come to that – what’s the best way to visit a garden? -Go it Alone’ by Rory Stuart.

Anne Wareham, editor

Sept 25th Veddw 060 Geranium procurrens good SOne of Tim Richardson’s ‘most influential gardeners’,  Wow.

And  – small ad. –  The Bad Tempered Gardener is now on Kindle.)

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