The snow reminds the Spring flowering bulbs that Winter hasn’t quite finished with us yet.
Whilst most of us are dreaming about the sunshine, I’m thinking about the shade.
The garden and the seed trays begin to wake up with the first flowers and the first seeds germinating. Here comes the Spring! (hopefully)
As February rolls on, and flashes of greenery and flowers begin to appear, let’s take a look back to the summer of 2017 with my top 5 flowers in my garden.
It’s time to sow some flat-leaf Parsley ‘Laura’ – it’s more than just a garnish.
The older shed is now dead, leaving me with plenty of space to add raised beds and grow more veg.
Looking back to the 2017 season in my garden, and highlighting my vegetable growing successes.
The propagator is fired up, and the sow-athon begins with Broad Beans, Sweet Peas, and Salvia.
I’m planning my 2018 garden. Always have a plan!
The bees might be hibernating at the moment, but it won’t be long until they’ll be looking for food and places to stay. It’s time to get the garden bee-friendly.