by Dick Handscombe Dear Readers and all the Murcia gardeners that I have met at various talks, this will be last contribution to the fantastic Costa Cálida Chronicle magazine; for very good reasons.’Dick enjoying a retirement nature walk above his house’ […]
By Clodagh and Dick Handscombe, practical gardeners and authors living in Spain for twenty five years.
You can visit them at www.gardenspain.com
by Dick HandscombeMany expat gardeners in Spain have gardens in exposed positions and have to cope with regular or occasional strong gusty winds that dry out the open garden soil and flower pots, roll pots over and cause damage to plants, even uprooting or snapping them off. […]
by Dick Handscombe Especially in country areas, ancient olives, holm oaks, carob and fig trees with thick gnarled trunks and thick spreading branches are an eye-catching feature of many Spanish gardens and for lucky gardeners, some have grown in the same place for a millennium of more. […]
by Dick Handscombe When we first came to Spain almost 30 years ago it was novel to see a pile of empty plastic water bottles soon building up and the modern way of separating different types of house waste for recycling was not yet wide spread. […]