February is when you begin to get to grips with the new planting year in your garden, depending on the weather of course.
Since January most of my articles have dealt with the how and when of gardening, but now I want to look at why we have a garden and what we hope to achieve with it.
Whether you are moving to France, have lived here for a while or you’re just interested in how gas and electricity differs between France and the United Kingdom, this may be of interest.
GARDENING IN THE PYRENEES ORIENTALES With Gill Storey This is the time to think about water storage for the future. If, like us, you have access to an irrigation canal, water supply is simple during…
The mosquito, (‘little fly’ in Spanish) has been around for more than 30 million years.
The crops had been coming on well but the heat wave made the beans and peas shrivel up and the yields have been very small.
Navigating the murky waters of digital TV and online streaming can at times make the Bermuda Triangle seem simple!
GARDENING NOTES FOR JULY by Gill Storey When fine weather arrives in July, we are out there at 7 in the morning weeding and planting before the temperature rises too much. This is the time for…
The P-O is amongst several departments that have been placed on ‘pollen alert’ according to the RNSA, (Réseau National de Surveillance Aérobiologique) responsible for the analysis of the content of the air, and the passing on of information to give some information about its health impact.
In June you should be planting seeds for the coming year in both the potager and the flower garden