One of the country’s rarest plants has successfully been reintroduced to a verge in Hadlow Down.
Uckfield residents have continued to use the town’s play areas in defiance of the national lockdown rules.
Community groups in Framfield, Blackboys and Palehouse Common are invited to submit bids for up to £300 of funding for good causes.
Plant hunter Tom Hart Dyke, who was kidnapped in the Colombian jungle and held captive for nine months, will be giving a talk at Buxted Park Hotel on Monday, November 25.
His story will range from growing up in a castle, to living under the threat of death in the jungle, and to achieving his ambition of creating a World Garden made up of all the plants he has collected.
Gardening is entering a quiet period as the days get shorter. Weather is unpredictable and we should be ready for heavy rain, high winds and, yes, snow.
A walk round the garden at this time of year can be a joy, even though there is not much in bloom.
There’s a natural reaction at this time of year to stay warm indoors and do your gardening looking through the windows.
The gardening year may becoming to an end but wise gardeners will make the most of the early autumn warmth.
Autumn brings change to the garden.
It has been an unusual spring, to say the least. We had daffodils at Christmas and, amazingly, other varieties were blooming at Easter,
Work is continuing to clean the patio to get rid of moss and slime which makes it very slippery, writes the Uckfield News Anonymous Gardener.
Autumn is well under way, shown by an inundation of acorns and leaves, writes the Uckfield News Anonymous Gardener.
Warmer weather and occasional rain has brought out the best of the garden in the last month, writes the Uckfield News Anonymous Gardener.
The garden got very dry last month and while the odd downpour kept things ticking over last week’s rain was welcome.
There was a hive of activity in a new community garden in Uckfield on Saturday when planting began there for the first time.
Out with the old in with the new. Summer bedding is now in place including: dianthus, fushia, and marigolds.
The weather has been very cold during the past month and, with a smattering of snow, much of the garden is looking bleak – it’s good for killing off slugs though.
Spring has officially sprung and with this in mind gardening work has mainly revolved around preparing the garden so it can be enjoyed throughout the spring and summer.
The last of the frost on Primulas and Skimmia and the emergence of crocuses are captured in pictures in this feature by the Uckfield News Anonymous Gardener.
The flurry of falling leaves has contined this month and so the majority of time in the garden has been spent clearing them up.