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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

No bouquets for this ass

... cost as little as £3.00. WITH AN ESTIMATED PAPER READERSHIP OF Blackberry-pickers blamed 45,000 people each week , you can hardly fail to make the function a success. THOUGHTLESS blackberry-pickers may have been t o blame for the death of a £1,500 heifer ...

Published: Friday 20 September 1985
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2091 | Page: 4, 5 | 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

alirdoning notes ity W. A. MATTI'S:WS

... on top the disease, a fortnightly routine spray programme using either dichlofluanid or benomyl is necessary. The Oregon blackberry as its name implies is an introduction from America. Maybe he will have to go hack to the Himalayan Giant, which is extremely ...

Published: Friday 08 July 1983
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1080 | Page: 22 | 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

ART

... they are not comparabk with Sat 4 Sun 3.30, 5.40, 7.45 your portrayals of industrial BLACKBERRIES - Plus extra performance scenes. I wouldn't swap one of Blackberries, beetle-black. Saturday morning 9.45 those for all the others! crawl over rust-stained ...

Published: Friday 13 December 1985
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1799 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

-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

.Hi.. .r.y.be...:.:o4rittySicie...i4•._ ~September .. ... ..... .- ... . • ... :: • • . . ...... ...... . • •-• ..

... signify autumn's approach. Here and there, horse chestnuts are already clothed in gold but on a lighter note the first blackberry and apple pie of the season was delicious. Perhaps the hoped for Indian summer will bring a more pleasant finale to a summer ...

Published: Friday 20 September 1985
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 141 | Page: 26 | Tags: none

News from the women's clubs

... the old Oxfordshire dialect much to the delight of members. Mrs Sugden proposed the vote of thanks. Mrs Wilson judged the blackberry and apple jelly with Mrs Parrot. of Chesham WI. taking first place. Mrs Binks. from Bellingdon and Asheridge WI, won the ...

Published: Friday 18 October 1985
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 270 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

Gardening Pick it, then pickle it for goodness sake MAKING chutney is a splendid way of preserving fruit and ..

... is brown and dick. Seal it in jam jars while still warm. Get around the hedges and see what you can find for free. Use blackberries instead of apples, or 225 g ( 1 / 2 1b) of each. You can include elderberries in your collections and add beans or cucumbers ...

Published: Friday 27 September 1985
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 281 | Page: 25 | 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

• • . 40446466.41.1m1 •

... spite of its name, does not confine its egg-laying to open raspberry blossom. It is just as interested in loganberries, blackberries, boysenberries, etc. As in the case of raspberries. spray with derris compounds or malathion at the open flower stage and ...

Published: Friday 20 May 1983
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 415 | Page: 27 | Tags: none