It’s time to sow some flat-leaf Parsley ‘Laura’ – it’s more than just a garnish.
The Courgettes are thriving but they’ve come under attack from blackfly, and the Rosemary has a beetle infestation.
I go hunting for some new Mint plants to kill off.
Last year’s Tulip bulbs are now coming into flower, and the seedlings are thriving in the propagator.
Now that we have proof that Spring is actually coming, I’ve been tidying up the garden, planning ahead, and uncovering the colourful bulbs.
Heavy rain and sunshine has led to the garden responding with poppies, Sweet Peppers begin to grow fruits, and a fresh batch of Parsley begins to germinate.
The garden has grown a lot thanks to rain and lots of sunshine – with Foxgloves and others coming into bloom… plus a surge of bees cause a problem!!
Whilst the wettest drought continues with continuous heavy rain for yet another Bank Holiday, there’s still plenty of jobs to do indoors in preparation for this year’s garden.
Whilst clearing windowsills to make way for some newly sown vegetables, an unwelcome pest gets its comeuppance.
After some heavy April showers, the garden has leapt forwards with lush growth and flowers, but there’s still plenty more seeds to sow… including some for next year’s garden!