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jackwallington
Landscape garden designer, organic allotmenteer, conservationist, RHS trial judge. Author of , columnist for and others.
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jackwallington 3h
Replying to @GrowLikeGrandad
How did I miss this 😂
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jackwallington 5h
Replying to @LandscapeMan
😂😂 it is!
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jackwallington 6h
Replying to @suestuartsmith
My pleasure it is a fab book 💕
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jackwallington 6h
Gotta catch em all
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jackwallington Aug 2
Replying to @RachHBalham
It certainly looks like it to me 🦋
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jackwallington Aug 2
This is one of the main reasons I’m , leaving some will benefit wildlife and by choosing some you like the look of, they’ll benefit you simultaneously- all explained more in my book Wild about Weeds
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jackwallington Aug 2
I find the areas with a few weeds retain water better sometimes as evaporation is less. The weeds acting like a living mulch.
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jackwallington Aug 2
Book review: The Well Gardened Mind by >>
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jackwallington Aug 2
Replying to @Eajl6
Exactly
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jackwallington Aug 2
Thanks for all the comments about my allotment everyone 💕 despite the challenging conditions water wise, I don’t plan to give it up, just change what and how I grow. Until then it is still providing us with fresh meals 😋
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Bob Flowerdew Aug 2
my experience exactly over last four decades- decreasing lack of water in soil from late winter on has made increasingly difficult to grow many crops without extra watering, and I can't water everything, have changed mix of what I grow but still carry more water than small canal
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jackwallington Aug 2
Replying to @FlowerdewBob
Sometimes we don’t even need the data to see what is in front of us 😔 but so many are blind to it
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jackwallington Aug 1
My allotment is changed - this is not a southern England climate as we know it, and I can't do it again for another year
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jackwallington Aug 1
Replying to @GardeningSaul
That will be great, it’s changed designs and everything
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jackwallington Aug 1
Replying to @DrToennesen
Interesting thank you Christian
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jackwallington Aug 1
Replying to @clayton_philip
Down in the east side we kept missing lots of the rain you’ve got sadly. Ok at home but on the allotment it’s been awful 😔
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jackwallington Aug 1
My allotment is changed - this is not a southern England climate as we know it, and I can't do it again for another year
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jackwallington Jul 31
Yes, please email me on contact @ jack and I'll reply as soon as I can :)
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jackwallington Jul 31
Fantastic, love it! :D
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jackwallington Jul 31
Thanks, not a professional botanist but I do work with lots of native plants and am an amateur botanist.
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