An Hour in the garden - week by week

What is happening in the garden, with an emphasis on vegetables and fruit, but not exclusively.

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What is happening in the garden, with an emphasis on vegetables and fruit, but not exclusively.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-09-22 19:45
last episode published
2018-09-28 15:08
publication frequency
9.92 days
Contributors
Paul Peacock author  
Michaela Braun owner  
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Number of Episodes
82
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Science & Medicine Natural Sciences

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28.09.2018

An Hour in the Garden 81

Welcome to An Hour in the Garden No 81 This week we take a quick look at what pots and containers we have used to grow vegetables Plants that deter insects pests, slugs and snails Houseplants that help clean the atmosphere And the State of the Wor...
Paul Peacock author
23.09.2018

An Hour in the Garden 80

Welcome to An Hour in the garden no 80 First of all, so sorry for last week. (Grandchildren + bug = wiped out!) I finally got into thegarden and harvested cabbages and potatoes and spent the ‘recovery’ time watching the leaves falling, so we do into ...
Paul Peacock author
10.09.2018

An Hour in the Garden 79 Sowing in September

Time to sow in a cold frame: Violas  Lupins we’re sowing  Dwarf fairy pink Aquilegia,  - carulea Aconitum or monks hood or wolf’s bane Hollyhocks creme de cassis Eryngium  Echinops Verbascum  - I think they are like hollyhocks and lavateras seeds off ...
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3.09.2018

An Hour in the garden 78- Raspberries, bulbs and greenhouse care

Hello and welcome This week we are a little shorter because we're off in the Cambridgeshire Countryside, and lovely it is too! We look at raspberry pruning, bulb planting, making winter containers and check out what to do to keep the greenhouse spit...
Paul Peacock author
26.08.2018

An Hour in the Garden No 77

An Hour in the Garden It must be Eden here in the UK at the moment. The gentle rain has been falling for a couple of weeks on and off, replacing ground water in the big sponge and revitalising the gasping plants. We never had such big pumpkins, nor su...
Paul Peacock author
19.08.2018

An Hour in the Garden 76 - Leeks, Dahlias, French Beans

This week we are a little better, thanks to everyone for their kind messages. Growing Leeks They can be sown indoors in February, or as late as May. I must confess that I was late this year, and sown in late May in modules. Transplanted in August,...
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13.08.2018

An Hour in the Garden 75 - You will not get flu from this podcast!

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4.08.2018

An Hour in the Garden 74

Paul Peacock author
30.07.2018

An hour in the garden 73

Welcome to No 73 of An Hour in the Garden We look at some of the little jobs we are doing in the garden in August. Please visit www.kitchennewbie.com
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23.07.2018

An Hour in the Garden No 72

Hello and welcome to No 72 of An Hour in the Garden We talk about our new podcast, weeding, pruning, water and heat - so much heat! And various jobs in the garden for July.
Paul Peacock author
14.07.2018

An Hour in the Garden - Hybrids and Crossing

This week we are looking at hybridization. It's something I have been wanting to talk about on the podcast simply because I find it really interesting. Please do send us your gardening pics and let us know how you are getting on with your gardening th...
Paul Peacock author
8.07.2018

Hour in the Garden No 70

Welcome to An Hour in the Garden No 70 This week we discuss crop protection and dealing with aphids Tree problems growing in pots Pots getting too hot and the value of ceramic pots The consequences of the heat on many plants
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2.07.2018

An hour in the garden 69 - things to do in an arid garden

Hello and welcome to An Hour in the Garden no 69 Ways of saving water in an arid garden This week we look a little at two plants in the cottage garden that we used to cultivate and no longer do - nettles (Urtica dioica) and dandelion, (Taraxicum off...
Paul Peacock author
25.06.2018

An Hour in the Garden 68

Welcome to An Hour in the garden No 68 It’s coming to the end of June, and we are half way on our journey around the sun. Who would have thought a journey of 584 million miles would pass so quickly. It means I have travelled over 3.5 billion miles in...
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18.06.2018

An Hour in the Garden 67

Hello and welcome to the Hour in the Garden Podcast Sorry for the noises - builders. We are in Cambridshire at the mo and it's interesting travelling south looking at the differences in vegetation. We chat through the three plant herbaceous border, r...
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11.06.2018

An Hour in the Garden 66

Welcome to an hour in the garden no 66 Today we chat about the garden being the home of man's environment Some great pictures from listeners Tomatoes, chilies, peonies and iris Potatoes, cabbage beans and carrot fly Cutting back geraniums and lad...
Paul Peacock author
3.06.2018

An Hour in the Garden No 65

Hello and welcome to an hour in the garden No 65 It's June - Christmas in the garden because you have to hoe, hoe, hoe. We went to a garden centre that was a complete combination of chaos and amazing plants. It was such an interesting visit, clearly ...
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27.05.2018

An Hour in the Garden 64

Hello and welcome to our 64th issue. We nearly didn't have one - the internet has been so poor we can't upload properly. That is why we can't get your pics on the site etc etc - but we have changed our internet providers and so by next week we hope t...
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19.05.2018

An Hour in the Garden 63

Welcome to An Hour in the Garden No 63 This week we look at: New potatoes - that is a new variety. Weeding Time to sow gherkin and cucumber French Beans Pumpkins More Spring Onions Hardening off tomatoes Watering Growing Watercress The ANDI Scale ...
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14.05.2018

An Hour in the Garden 62

Hello and welcome to another Hour in the garden Many apologies for the delay - the internet was down (Again!!! - Plusnet!) Had a lovely email from Stephanie Vestey about her garden - the pictures will be at https://www.kitchennewbie.com/garden-newbie...
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6.05.2018

An Hour in the garden 61

Hello and welcome to An Hour in the Garden Today we take a walk around the garden because it is sunny!!!! We look at the mechanics of water movement through the plant and how they have evolved to deal with differing stresses the plant comes under. We...
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29.04.2018

An Hour in the Garden 60

This week we look at how wonderful Pieris japonica is, plant some vegetables and generally look into Maytime as a time of promise - even though we might not actually see it yet.
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22.04.2018

An hour in the garden 59

Welcome to An hour in the garden 59 Huge thank you for your emails sympathising with the plight of the garden!! Very much appreciated. This week we look at: Gardening at dusk Creating a herbaceous border Should I prune fruit trees now (Apples)? Stuf...
Paul Peacock author
18.04.2018

An Hour in the garden - not the podcast

Hi there This isn't the podcast - just a fill in to say how sorry we are about missing last weekend - we were babysitting and it took all our time. We had hoped to do a podcast, but it just didn't work out. On the way back we went to Stilton to sampl...
Paul Peacock author
7.04.2018

An Hour in the Garden 57

Hello and Welcome, This week we look at Ground Zero in the garden The humungous roots dog roses have Pieris japonica Coeanothus Everlasting cauliflowers Some jobs in the garden Have you ever thought of keeping a diary for the garden? Please do tell u...
Paul Peacock author
2.04.2018

An hour in the garden 56

Welcome to show no 56 We are looking at getting to grips with April! Though Easter Sunday was a good day we knew the 2nd of April would be a bad one so we decided to stay in the garden and do the podcast when it showed, and boy! It is snowing now. No ...
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25.03.2018

Hour in the Garden 55

Well, it’s the end of March and we seem to have a Spring Day on out hands! Marvellous. In this week’s show we hack away at the conifers and Dog rose and get my ears pierced! We look at a number of shade loving herbs and how to grow them. What the mi...
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18.03.2018

Hour in the garden 54

Welcome to An Hour in the Garden No 54 Snow, feeding the birds, using wood ash as a fertilizer, apple tree with a broken leg, growing melons, Ellenburg factors, More about Linnaeus and why your gardening is so enhanced using a hand lens, Cleaning out ...
Paul Peacock author
11.03.2018

An Hour in the garden no 53

To start, this isn't an hour in the garden 52, it's 53! We are talking about sowing and growing and going into various goodies related to growing! We would love to hear from you so please contact us at paul@kitchennewbie.com We are thinking of makin...
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4.03.2018

Hour in the garden 52

Welcome to An Hour in the Garden 52. We are discussing snow (what else?), things to do in March Feeding the hens and birds Understanding the weather Pruning Trimming Planting potatoes and sowing sweetcorn And other stuff we fit in on the way! Please ...
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25.02.2018

Hour in the garden no 51

Welcome to an Hour in the garden no 51 Started working in the wood, clearing, burning and planning. Shade loving plants, hens and ooh! It's cold!
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16.02.2018

An Hour in the Garden 50

An Hour in the Garden No 50! Yes, we have reached 50! Can hardly believe it. This week we focus on Summer Cabbages and looking after them, particularly in containers.
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7.02.2018

Hour in the garden 49

An Hour in the Garden 49 Leeks, Glox's, What happened by the garage, mushrooms. Ooh! It's cold!
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28.01.2018

Hour in the garden 48

Hello and Welcome to An Hour in the Garden First of all this is No 48, not 44, like I said!! Sorry! We're discussing Rosa canina and Ranunculaceae as well as a bit of sowing, 52 meals to save the planet, and general chit chat. Thank goodness it is g...
Paul Peacock author
20.01.2018

Hour in the Garden 47

Welcome to an Hour in the Garden No 47 This week is snowy! Frosty! Rainy! Haily!, Thunderingly! and eventually Foggy! So we chat about The New Star Trek Show and Bluebells Looking at branches in front of a light Why some plants are more frost tolera...
Paul Peacock author
14.01.2018

An hour in the garden 46

Welcome to An hour in the garden no 46 F-f-f-freezing , but we work on the hens, the rhubarb, the beds and look out for feeding mammals as well as clearing montbretia, sow caulis and broad beans, look at a couple of design issues and generally freeze ...
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7.01.2018

Hour in the garden 45

Happy New Year - Show No 45! The benefits of frost Keeping hens warm, or not Sowing Wildlife - hedgehogs Raised beds Cleaning
Paul Peacock author
30.12.2017

Hour in the Garden 44

Happy New Year Everyone Sowing onion Monocots v Dicots Potting on Don't be tempted to start too soon Square Foot gardening
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17.12.2017

Hour in the Garden 43

The Ten Best Pressies that will really help your gardener that doesn't really care what pressies he (or she) gets, but will really be helpful in the garden. Caution, you might think some of these are frivolous, but I really really mean it.
Paul Peacock author
10.12.2017

Hour in the Garden 42

Welcome to An Hour in the Garden 42 Today we discuss the cold, the snow, things to do in the cold garden and some of the gardening jobs to do this week.
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3.12.2017

An Hour in the Garden 41

Welcome to December! This week we got in the garden!!! At last. We deal with herbaceous borders, talk about vegetables and jobs to do in the garden and lots more.
Paul Peacock author
26.11.2017

Hour in the garden 40

It's November! It's flipping freezing! Jobs in the garden plus discussions on green manures, fertility, heat sources for the greenhouse, feeding the birds, chickens and much more.
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19.11.2017

An Hour in the garden 39

Welcome to An hour in the garden 39 - we have had some feedback! Wonderful, thank you. What is interesting is the number of different countries that have listeners, so we are trying to introduce a little international info too!
Paul Peacock author
12.11.2017

An hour in the garden no 38

Hi there: Still suffering, but this is a 15 minute chat about the stuff I need to do but am unable to. Itching to get out, but that day will come! Do please let us know what you are up to in the garden!
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5.11.2017

Many apologies - too poorly to do An Hour in the Garden

Sorry guys, flu jab or no - just grotty. I'll replace this with a real show as soon as ....
Paul Peacock author
29.10.2017

An hour in the garden 37

We're Back! Sorry for the gap! In this week's episode we start on November things, get all serious about the nature of self sufficiency and start to make headway now the rain has stopped for a few minutes!
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30.07.2017

An hour in the garden 36

Hello and welcome to An Hour in the garden 36 Sorry we are a day late - been babysitting!! This week we look at Week by week in August Polyanthus Designing a garden Rosewater Picnic somethings Going solo with bees The herb of the week is Sage.
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22.07.2017

An Hour in the Garden 35

Welcome to An Hour in the Garden no 35 This week we look at repairing a polytunnel skin Courgettes Planning ahead and jobs to do in the garden Making cordials The herb of the week is peppermint We have some Mr Digwell books Through the year with Mr ...
Paul Peacock author
15.07.2017

An hour in the garden no 33

Welcome to an Hour in the Garden No 33 This week we talk about: A robin member of the family Wet weather lack of nutrients What to buy for your polytunnel Meals from the plot Herb of the week is Lemon Balm Buying hens for the garden Please tell us a...
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8.07.2017

Hour in the garden 33 - July

We hope you are enjoying the new look (Yes, I know that's the wrong way of putting it!) Hour in the Garden. Please share it with your friends. This week we look at symmetry in plants, what to do in the garden, make cheese, keep the hens cool and much ...
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