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-PRUNING

... allowed to grow throughout the summer months, prune them back now to five or six leaves from where they started to grow. Blackberries are producing their young canes now for next year's fruiting. These should be tied to supports to present them being broken ...

Published: Friday 31 July 1981
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 120 | Page: 22 | Tags: none

Blackberry bushes to plant • • •

... Blackberry bushes to plant • • • 22 SUCKS Kandell & Son Ltd. CHURCH LANE. CHALFONT ST. PETER THE blackberry Bedford Giant is an early variety maturing about the third week of July. It has large, round berries with an excellent flavour ideal for both jams ...

Published: Friday 28 August 1981
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1303 | Page: 22 | Tags: none

Chairman makes plea at show

... I R. 1. Beasley 2 R. H. Harris 3 W M. Ray. Any other kind of vegetable. I T It Hinks 2 R. H. Herres 3 H. M. Ray. Fruit. Blackberries. plate of 211. I D H. Calnan tMn B M 3 C. Hurn. hairman Bob Beasley. in a to the Examiner, stressed the need for a general ...

Published: Friday 28 August 1981
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 810 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

Th• main topic

... if we are prepared to take the time to wait and watch. Waiting is the watchword for September. Waiting for the ripening blackberries, for the hazel nuts to begin to fall from their husks. Waiting for summer to slip quietly into autumn. A month of taking ...

Published: Friday 04 September 1981
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 717 | Page: 22 | Tags: none

Those three vital truths

... it ever have its place in our hearts and in our lives. by Sylvia Smith season's English apples. Don't forget the humble blackberry: it appears a good year for them and if you pick from the hedgerows shay will freeze and make into jam and jelly your only ...

Published: Friday 18 September 1981
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 519 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

ART EXHIBITIONS Arts picture

... aroused my enthusiasm. Alas. I must merely refer to those I should have liked to own: Mill Pond. Edith Bell: Nasturtiums, Blackberries, and Cottage at Tintern by Sybil Siddons; Myrtle Thrower's Pleasure Boats; Doreen Champion's Rural Farmhouse, and Chestnuts; ...

Published: Friday 11 December 1981
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 408 | Page: 19 | Tags: none

LITTLE CHALFONT, BUCKS HP7 9PN. Tel: Little Chalfont 3456

... miles GOLF C 55 PD. Diesel. Lemon GOLF C FORMEL E. White JETTA C. Diesel. Monaco Blue POLO CL. Monaco Blue POLO GL. Sunroof Blackberry SCIROCCO GL Automatic. Sand SCIROCCO GL. Cirrus Metallic. TRANSPORTER PICKUP 2 Litre . HONDA ACCORD. Silver with Orient ...

Published: Friday 26 February 1982
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 202 | Page: 34 | Tags: none

garden

... kinds, many gardeners were not too interested in growing blackberries. The thorns were far too vicious but now with varieties like Merton Thornless. without a single thorn, growing blackberries is a pleasure. Thinning out last year's growths and tying ...

Published: Friday 05 March 1982
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 392 | Page: 46 | Tags: none

Weekend Radio CINEGUIDE tnmithly

... tomato and honey. Whilst an intriguing sweet on offer is the Horn of Plenty, consisting of fruit salad, soft ice-cream and blackberries topped with strawberry or chocolate with nuts, tremendous value for rittp. pint. a quick snack or a sumptuous steak. whichever ...

Published: Friday 28 May 1982
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1782 | Page: 14, 15 | Tags: none

Cup, silver and bronze in one haul

... Show Beasley. Any other kind. I R. at the Market Hall, Amer- Harriss 2T. Hinks 3 R. J. s ham. on Saturday. Beasley. Fruit. Blackberries; plate of 20. As one would expect after Mr 18. M. Ray 2T. H. Hinks. Speller's success, the dahlias were Section IV. Floral ...

Published: Friday 03 September 1982
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1058 | Page: 17 | Tags: none

-------Aerardening tWesbiNMS When to prune fruit canes

... true autumn fruiter in common cultivation in this country September, which has its fruited canes cut out in fate February Blackberries. loganberries and hybrid cane fruits in general are pruned on the same principle as the summer-fruiting raspberries. Cutting ...

Published: Friday 03 September 1982
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 635 | Page: 28 | Tags: none

I • BUCKS INEILI. F / ------- -- EXAM ride September 10, 1982 25 i, 1 • • • the

... Auto (Electric Sunroof) Lhasa Metallic Polo C - Paragas Blue Gambia Red Polo CI. Mars Red SUPPORT THE Polo (a Monaco Blue Blackberry Diamond Silver Polo Classic C Monaco Blue ROTARY CLUB Polo Cloak C Formal 'E' Polo Chasmic GL Formal 'E' Mars Red Lhasa ...

Published: Friday 10 September 1982
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1278 | Page: 25 | Tags: none