It's time to sow the French Beans and to tackle my Antirrhinum forest.
The third propagator came into action this weekend, as British Summer Time arrived and I fill another windowsill with seedlings.
The garden has really grown on in the last couple of weeks - Antirrhinums are flowering, the Sweet Peas are recovering, and some mystery seedlings have turned up....
The Sweet Peas have come under attack from a colony of aphids; the garden gets another roasting; and some houseplants find their way outside.
This year I am aiming at trying to encourage more bees and other insects into the garden. I seem to have no problem attracting woodlice, aphids and blackfly into the garden last year, so I aim to plant more bee friendly plants in a bid to help their plight. I'd also like to see more... Continue Reading →