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this is a patch of the dry garden at St John’s churchyard, Waterloo (by the IMAX cinema), a mixture of chance and design, a happy moment in a season of confusion.

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a rash of nettles

Nettles for sale at Stoke Newington farmers’ market, £1.60 for 100 grams! With a sign saying ‘they sting!’ I blame that Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and his article in the Observer colour magazine recently (which I came across inadvertently of course, I … Continue reading

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notes on plants, ideas for the herb garden at St George’s

Ideas for the herb garden at St George’s           ( spring and winter 2011) …and for a Chelsea Fringe walk and talk I went to Kew one summer’s day last year and had a look at the Queen’s Garden, the 17th … Continue reading

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then the train came in

October 7. There’s a new advert for the Comedy Channel at Borough tube station: According to some research that we just made up (I dropped the dog’s lead to write it down on  my way home and an official comes … Continue reading

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