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Monday, 27 April 2009

What we did on our Breton hols, Gardening tips and more...

First the music, then the tips... Artist..Track..Album

Guichen .. La Porte Rouge..Freres
Winaj'h..Hep Bal!..Winaj'h
Alain Genty..Carnet De Route..Le Grande Encrier
Wig A Wag..C'Est Une jeune Fille..Wig A Wag
Fred Combo..Samba Pour Thea..Obsession
Fernhill.. Gladez & Katell.. Llatai
Katell Kloereg.. Feunreun Ar Goassaleg..Obsession
Storvan..Rond De St Vincent..Digor 'N' Abaden
Malicorne..Le Prince D'Orange..En Public
Blezi Ruz..Hanter-Droiou..Coz Liorzou
Hamon Martin Quintet..A Paris Sur Le Petit Pont..L'Habit De Plume
Alain Genty..Melan Aour..Une Petite Lanterne
Chris Wood & Andy Cutting..Country Gardens..Knock John for the Gardening Tips
Les Espoirs De Corinthie..Temedi..fRoots32
Waaberi..Ada Bere Chaelka..New Dawn
The Deep
Kicks..Poison & Black..demo
Penguin Cafe Orchestra..Music For A Found Harmonium..When In Rome for the What's Ons
Lo Cor De La Plana..La Noviota..fRoots 29

Escuela De Folklore..Pollo..Antonologia Del Folklore Musical De Gualajara
Mayra Andrade..Lua..fRoots 29
Kroke..Eddie..Seventh Trip
Feryal Oney..Ajnali Koruk..fRoots29
Ale Moller Band..Yati..fRoots31

Nick Wyke & Becki Driscoll..Benjamin Bowmaneer..Beneath The Black Tree
Jackie Oates..Hampton Lullaby..The Violet Hour
Shirley Collins & The Albion Country Band..Hal-An-Tow..No Roses

The Gardening Tips
With May on
  • When all frost danger has passed you can move your stored fuchsias and geraniums outdoors. Feed them and water them well.
  • When they have finished blooming, you should deadhead your spring flowering bulbs. Do not cut off the green foliage yet! These green leaves continue to grow for a few weeks, and provide the bulb with food for flowering next year.
  • April and May are good months to select and plant fruit trees and berry plants. Fruits and berries do best when planted in full sun.
  • Seeds to plant now indoors or in the greenhouse include celery, cucumber, peppers and tomatoes. Outdoors you can sow beetroot, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, onions, radishes and sweet peas. Under cover put in tomato, leek and sweet corn seeds.
  • As your direct-seeded crops sprout, be sure to keep them thinned out to avoid crowding.
  • Cut out all the dead canes from your raspberry patch. The new canes that will bear this year's fruit should have new, swollen buds along the edges. Thin these to five canes per foot of row to allow good air circulation and prevent overcrowding.

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