don’t do anything until you have to and then only do the minimum — Anni’s perennial veggies

This is a repost of Anni’s recent blog, with a timely reminder not to be too tidy this Autumn.  This is the time of year that I look at the things I want to ‘tidy’, and ask myself what function they might be performing for wildlife as we head into winter.  I’ll muse a bit more on this in my next post.  Meanwhile, here’s Anni’s article:

I am working on a new book and hence all my writing effort has gone into that and there just hasn’t been sufficient spare time to keep this blog up to date. Nor has there been much time to spend in the garden, but as my main maxim for interacting with the garden is (as […]

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  1. Pingback: Autumn un-tidy | iSustainability Project

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