The one where I sow some new kinds of plants, and give the lawn its first mow of the year.
The one where I get houseplants ready for the outdoors, and start my peppers.
The Daylilies are blooming marvellous at the moment, but the snails continue their brazen crimewave.
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.
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!
The Crocus ‘Giant Ruby’ bulbs have grown and are about to flower, and some of the veg are already growing.
The first seeds have been sown in 2012 – a mixture of Aubergines, Peppers, Salvia and Sweet Peas.
I’ve received a great ‘goodbye’ gardening gift from the team at CBM, the overseas disability charity.