Saga Magazine's Houses and Gardens Editor
Saga Magazine's Houses and Gardens Editor, Tiffany Daneff has gardened with varying degrees of success since childhood and, in between weeding and writing, attempts to keep order over an evolving menagerie of cats, guinea pigs, snakes, dogs, three children and one husband.
Yes, if you grow Gijnlim, writes our gardening editor and sheep garden blogger, Tiffany Daneff.
Good news all you gardeners out there, this tale should hand you a life-affirming dose of schadenfreude.
On planting asparagus and potatoes; plus, who came up with the best money-saving tip to protect young plants?
What’s the best way to stop birds and rabbits nibbling young shoots?
I feel as though I am living inside a time lapse film and I can’t keep up. Buds and lambs are fattening by the day. The hedgerows are shimmering and trees almost glow with fresh growth.
This week, Tiffany's sheep garden blog focuses on which seeds to plant, when and where.
Winter has turned to spring so quickly I have had to get my skates on and order in some bareroot roses to plant in the new south-facing border.
The rabbits have dug themselves a fine old hole under the rhubarb.
The sheep are back, hungrier than ever and displaying cunning, ingenuity and a certain athleticism.