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In praise of the untidy front garden...

Just to be clear, by "untidy front garden" I don't mean the "concreted over 10 bins crammed into a space the size of a postage stamp" front…

Started by Liz

6 Oct 13
Reply by Pamela Harling

Front garden watch: lovely lavender

Feels like I’m fighting a losing battle to keep the plants in the street planters alive at the moment.  Yet the other night, while I was wa…

Started by Liz

3 Jul 27
Reply by matt

Front garden watch: the roses of Burgoyne

In my perambulations around Harringay and its environs, I do like to have a peek in people's front gardens. While I accept that many people…

Started by Liz

10 May 25
Reply by Justin Guest

In flower on Wightman Road in January

Started by Liz

0 Feb 1

The colours of the front gardens of N15

I went for a walk. The gardens of N15 were still full of colour despite the autumn chill. Still, there's a reminder that winter is not…

Started by Liz

1 Oct 2, 2015
Reply by Geraldine

What is there to eat in your front garden this month?

Last Sunday, a few of us met up in Passion Cafe over coffee to talk about growing edibles in our front gardens. As ever, when a bunch of ga…

Started by Liz

19 Jul 17, 2015
Reply by Suhith Shivanath

Eat your front garden! Meet up this Sunday at 11

Just a reminder that there will be a meet up of people interested in setting up an informal network of people who would like to use their f…

Started by Liz

1 Jul 9, 2015
Reply by Elizabeth Blunt

Edible front gardens - calling anyone interested in growing things to eat

While going around the wonderful Harringay Open Gardens last Sunday, I was introduced to Suhith who lives in the Gardens and who shares an…

Started by Liz

14 Jun 30, 2015
Reply by Liz

Led up the garden path on Green Lanes

by this delightful display along a Green Lanes N8 garden path I wish I'd taken pictures a week or two earlier because then this garden wa…

Started by Liz

3 Oct 20, 2014
Reply by Ruth

Marvellous Michaelmas

daisies. For once it is the neglected front garden, the overgrown patches of ground, the railway bank, the wilder places that delight with…

Started by Liz

1 Oct 3, 2014
Reply by Sharon

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