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Feijoa and Chocolate chip muffin

Makes 12 small or 6 large muffins As feijoas become plentful, ensure they don’t go to waste by cooking some of these delicious, tasty treats. They're best eaten still hot from the oven, as they help warm you up as autumn fully descends.

Herb of the Month: Thyme

This delicious herb is widely used to create a host of culinary treats, and it also has an exciting past. Once associated with bravery, thyme was regularly carried into battle after battle by Roman soldiers and then, later on, by medieval knights. In the medieval period it was also used as a supposed antidote to poison and even to ward off the plague.

Autumn Colour

As the nights start to lengthen, make sure that you enjoy the last of the warm weather and celebrate the glorious colours of autumn. And along with the traditional autumnal shades of browns, reds and bronze, that appear dotted across the landscape, is the potential to add some bright bursts of colour to your autumn and winter garden by planting some of these stunning plants.

Lawn Growing

As ever the year races on, with summer ending so quickly that I was left wondering if it ever came at all. But on the brightside it is once again the perfect time to sort your lawn out. And while you also have another window for lawn sowing in spring, I'd definitely recommend getting started resowing or patching your lawn now, as otherwise you'll blink and the year will have moved on. 

The Oddly Exciting World of the Camellia

Named after a Czech Jesuit Botanist, originating from Southern and Eastern Asia, and known for their stunning flowers, Camellias have at times been oddly involved in some of the great upheavals that have shaped the modern world.

rhubarb tart

Rhubarb is easy to grow and incredibly delicious. There are many great rhubarb recipes out there, but this easy-to-make recipe is one of our favourites.

Herb of the Month: Horseradish

While they aren't a looker, their fabulous flavour should allow you to get past this. The peppery root of this member of the mustard family can be used in a variety of delicious ways. And it's healthy! Many even believe that it helps with weight loss, digestion, reducing blood pressure and improving heart health.

Fruit Trees: Planning to Plant

Growing fruit trees is an incredibly rewarding experience and the results are delicious, nutritious and regularly juicy. Creating your own mini orchard needn't be hard, for as long as you get things right when you plant, things are unlikely to go pear-shaped.

Continuous Winter Colour

Avoid having a drab and dreary autumn and winter with this helpful guide. It'll teach you how to quickly and easily plant up a pot with a glorious mix of flowers that will change with the seasons.

To Prune or not to Prune

And when should I ask the question?

The first time I pruned unsupervised it seemed an easy task. I began staring at a quince thicket. But then, with secateurs and chainsaw in hand, I quickly demolished the thicket to uncover the pear tree below.

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