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Wordless Wednesday: It All Begins Again

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Housing Crisis

That batch of seeds I showed yesterday has duly been sown (although the RHS ones are still unsorted), leaving me with a bit of a housing crisis. Despite mostly only sowing half-packets, for the first time realising the sense in … Continue reading

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Only a (seedy) Gardener…

… would get excited about coloured envelopes containing dried vegetable matter, and especially excited because it is the first of March and she can start sowing another batch of seeds….. as if the date really matters that much. But gardeners … Continue reading

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She is Amazed

  After a few early starters seed sowing has continued apace during February – and I continue to be amazed at how quickly these humble and unassuming little dry seeds jump to attention and sprout their first green shoots. Like … Continue reading

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A Compromise

A compromise has been decided on, and some of Christmas Carol’s leaves have been trimmed – you can see from the pile that they are indeed perfectly healthy and perhaps appreciate why I was so reluctant to remove them. It … Continue reading

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A Positive Start

After a fortnight of negative overnight temperatures the longer daytime sunny spells and gradually increasing warmth finally led to a positive temperature to start the day this morning. It’s not every year we would be so well pleased to see daytime temperatures … Continue reading

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Car Booty

Having been deprived of car boot sales for a number of months we braved the cold today, not envying any stallholders who were faced with standing at their boots all morning. Theoretically we had the warmer option of walking round … Continue reading

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