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(apart from my highlighting some parts in bold  :o) - Paul, webmaster)

  • Jambo sana Bwana Ward, just a quickie to thank you for an entertaining and informative rainy afternoon's surfing. What an excellent web site. Though much of the content does not apply to people who live up a mountain in Wales or Scotland or on a beach in Phuket I really enjoyed it and will be returning as I try to change from being an engineer to a gardener.
    Best regards and kwa heri - Andy Watson.
  • Thanks for the newsy and interesting news letter.PS I'm ex SA and haven't ever seen snow like this in SA. You can if you're in the right place (or wrong place - depending on whether you're a farmer or not).  Really quite novel to see snow actually falling in such large quantities.Cecil Whitcomb
  • I found this site whilst looking for a particular plant, I have now book-marked it. I wish I had found it sooner. Well done!! - Michael Bave
  • Hello and a merry Christmas to you and your wife. I look forward to your article as it is so well written. Just wanted to say thank you. I moved house a year ago so now I know what the previous owners had planted in the garden. In the new year I intend to make some changes. Had a good crop with the tomatoes & cucumbers first time as well (lived in a flat before) made friends with all the neighbours by sharing them. Well happy new year and take care. Thanks again.  Best Regards Alan.
  • What a brilliant site. Many thanks for all your good ideas. I am searching for small trees to replace Holm Oaks that were planted along the front of our shared driveway (in front of two blocks of townhouses) and are now dying or growing too large. There are lots of ideas on your site - many lovely shrubs that I shall investigate further. So, thanks again. p.s. I also like to see correct spelling and grammar and hope I haven't made any mistakes now! Diana Hetherington
  • I found this site whilst looking for a particular plant, I have now book-marked it. I wish I had found it sooner. Well done !! Michael Bave
  • I have to agree with everything good everyone has already said...great site! I'm a 'newbie' gardener and have just got a new garden. Large, nothing in it. Just soil! A few odd plants appearing from nowhere, and not a lot of expertise. So I read your monthly tasks and follow your advice and in a few years I will have a nice garden. I am really looking forward to it!  Paddy
  • What a great find! I am looking for tips on laying a patio, and your site is just the business. I like the straight talking and the humour; just the kind of advice I need. Thank you. Michelle Duffy
  • Many thanks for your email newsletter, very interesting indeed looking forward to your next edition. David
  • Hello Paul, I just wanted to say many thanks for the useful information I get in the newsletter every month. I'm new to gardening about a year ago and still need a lot of help so your newsletter is mine and my plants lifeline! So many thanks for all your advise and Happy New Year. Kind regards, Kerri Bailey
  • Pruning: Deadhead only in autumn, leave pruning until spring so that the young buds can be protected. young plants can be pruned to promote bushy growth, but regrowth ability diminishes with age. Plants may or may not (tendency decreasing with age) grow again from old brown wood. Very large unruly pants are best replaced.

    Oh, thank you for this, I laughed out loud! A brilliant website, full of facts.

    Ah well we all make mistakes :o) Paul - webmaster

  • I found in your site exactly what I wanted to know about laying and fixing decking boards. It was most helpful. Thank you. John Macnab (retired) Hastings.
    P.S. I've added it to my favourites so that I can come back when I've forgotten what you said!
  • Football has no hold over me so while my husband put himself in front of the television, I put myself in front of the computer to search for advice on decking - which I found in abundance - but having lived in Africa for 5 years, I recognized the word Fundi and quickly left the decking quest and discovered your fantastic site. I will have square eyes if I look at it for much longer! I do so want to be a better gardener and this can only come with knowledge. I will most definitely return.
  • I can't thank you enough for putting together and maintaining such a useful web site. I came across it a bit by chance while looking for tips on re-designing our new garden (we've just bought a house and the fairly small garden is *so* cluttered) and ended up avidly reading loads of pages from patching up a lawn, to fencing, to climbers, to,... etc etc. Although I have some notions about gardening, I am fairly novice, and your web pages are exactly what I needed: advice, handy tips, humour, and most of all straight and to the point ! I have now massively overshot my lunch break but it's so worth it, and I'll definitely be back ! Thanks again.
  • Hello Paul, Just a quick word of appreciation .I have recently discovered the Anglian gardener pages. Its great, useful and informative to use  - well done I also like the folk lore section. Best wishes, and many thanks
  • Brilliant Site! Just browsing through, but definitely warrants regular visits. My garden is a disgrace, so your site should hopefully provide all I need - advice and humour!

  • I love your site - practical, informative and humorous, without being prissy, patronising or pedantic. Marvelous stuff - keep up the good work! I will definitely be recommending you to the Web section of Gardener's World magazine.

  • I discovered you by accident a few months ago and have enjoyed every visit since then, I wish you a long and successful web presence.

  • Very good site for interest and information. Congratulations on providing a source of gardening info.
  • Paul. Thank you so much for your email and advice - it is much appreciated! I'll add the angliangardener to my favourites list.
  • Thanks v much Paul - for brilliant advice I couldn't find anywhere.
  • Dear Paul , Just wanted to say how appropriate the 'editorial' was this month. We garden to save our sanity in a world gone mad over the past few months! For me its about healing and a great restorative for the soul , Ms Greer's quote is so very true (A garden is the best alternative therapy - Germaine Greer). Take care - seasonal good wishes. Michael
  • This is a really excellent site. Incredibly easy to navigate around and fantastically informative.
  • A good and informative website, something I feel will be an asset to present and future gardeners.
  • I am very impressed with your gardening site - have just spent several hours looking and was determined not to miss anything. Have taken copious notes as I am planning the planting of my front garden. Thank you.

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