We love Jan­uary

for frosted tips, berries and bark

Gardeners' World - - Contents - Words by James Alexan­der-Sin­clair

It is tricky to find a rea­son to love Jan­uary. We are all feel­ing a bit slug­gish af­ter the jol­li­ties of Christ­mas and, to be hon­est, our gar­dens are not ex­actly stuffed to the gun­wales with ex­cite­ment and fizzy whizzings. In­stead of splashy colour, this month we must look out for the small things. Let us wrap up warm, clasp each other’s gloved hands and ven­ture out into the cold gar­den to see what trea­sures we can find there. The deal is that if you get out and gar­den in Jan­uary, then you are en­ti­tled to ex­tra bis­cuits when you come back in­doors.

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