The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: November 2019
Winter is definitely arriving, night time frosts, and all this rain! For those of you with clay soils this is really the time to stay indoors and plan what else you can do! Enjoy looking at seed catalogues and think about what you can grow next year. Perhaps clean and sharpen your tools. Also time to look at your garden and think about whether you have room for a lovely autumnal coloured shrub or tree. Euonymous , or spindle, are small shrubs and have wonderful autumn colour. (see photo)
After the talk at the Gardening Society on growing chillies in October, I am definitely going to get hold of some chilli seeds that are not too hot. This year I grew Chilli Apache, buying plants from the garden centre. However they were too hot for us, and they were prolific, so I have given a lot away to friends who like the heat! and I have a jar of dried chillies, dried in the oven overnight, now I can just use a tiny bit rather than a whole chilli!
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