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Grange Garden Exchange News 6

Spring in the garden

Those seeds we exchanged in October are now potted up in the greenhouse waiting for the soil to warm up.  Our table at the AGM showed our activities and we have plans for more visits to open gardens and to continue to exchange skills, advice and practical equipment.

Highlights this year have been a pruning expert from Borders Organic Gardeners coming to explain and answer questions.  Then we visited Gosford House at Long Niddrie where we strolled through the grounds full of winter snowdrops and bare trees showing off the landscaped lake and the wee house for the curling stones then tea at the Bothy Tearoom.

 

Garden Exchange group in Gosford House grounds

 

Our GA chairman John invited us to see his magnolia during that hot week in March – just in time as the huge blooms were blown away the following week.

 

John's Magnolia

 

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