Posts Tagged ‘trees’

Not sure what to make of the snow!

After a relatively mild beginning to the new year, we now seem to be experiencing a proper winter, with snow and icy conditions set to continue for a while yet. Although I’m not keen on the cold (and neither are the chickens), it’s good for the garden and wildlife to have a short cold snap, to get things back on the right path. Without a cold winter many of the pests and diseases aren’t killed off, and the flora and fauna can’t display their usual behaviour. Read the rest of this entry »

Droplets of rain on the Curly Kale

The full data for 2012 isn’t in yet, but it looks like it will be one of the wettest years on record for the UK. At the time of writing, only England had broken the previous record set in 2000. But 2012 still isn’t officially the wettest on record in Wales, with 2000 remaining the wettest ever. We weren’t in Wales at the time, but if 2012 is anything to go by, then 2000 must have been awful! Read the rest of this entry »

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