The one where I count the birds for the RSPB, and start my sowing season off with some exotic fruit.
The one where I share the new plants that I’m going to try growing in 2019.
The Carrots survived the summer heat of 2018 and rewarded me with brightly coloured and wonky vegetables.
The one where I realise my Broad Beans are not right, and a red-breasted friend visits.
The one where I turn to drink to solve my sluggish problems.
With buds fit to burst, and flowers opening all over the garden, there’s something new to see in the garden every day.
The root vegetables are growing happily in the raised beds, whilst I devise a method to divert cat bums elsewhere.
With Spring in full force, it’s time to get the courgette and squash seeds sown.
It’s time to be ‘pricking out’ my Sweet Sultant flowers and the brightly coloured Swiss Chard seedlings, and get them ready for their next stage of growing.
We’ve just had a mild week here in the East of England, and so the garden has woken up to throw lush green leaves skywards. It’s been the perfect time to get out there.