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 one where I realise my Broad Beans are not right, and a red-breasted friend visits.
With Spring in full force, it’s time to get the courgette and squash seeds sown.
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.
It’s a busy Saturday in the garden as Winter eases off. There’s sowing, pricking out, and shed sorting to do!
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)
It’s time to sow some flat-leaf Parsley ‘Laura’ – it’s more than just a garnish.
The propagator is fired up, and the sow-athon begins with Broad Beans, Sweet Peas, and Salvia.