Just a few pics to show how the Sweet Peas have progressed Continue reading Sexy Sweet-Peas!
It was only 4 days ago that the Tomato seeds were trayed up and we already have germination! Continue reading Time for a Tomato Update….Already! !
A few weeks ago, I planted 6 different types of Chillies into a seed tray to go on the warming mat. Continue reading The ‘Chillin’ Chillies
Time to get my Tomato seeds in trays today! So hard to choose which varieties to plant- I must stop buying so many seeds! Continue reading Tomato Planting Day
The first Sweet Pea flower has finally ‘Popped’, with promise of many more to come!
Here is a gallery of pics showing the progression of the East Side Garden – I managed to find some pics that quite old, so you really get to see how the East Side has changed and progressed over the last few years…
The Carrots growing in the foam boxes (car-park garden) are doing exceptionally well this year! Even I’m surprised that they are happily growing in such a small space: Continue reading Foam Box Carrots
Converting the ‘Sunflower Strip’ to a ‘Sweet Pea’ garden has been quite an underwhelming (success?)
This particular garden strip battles a few issues: Continue reading The sunflower strip – now featuring Sweet Peas!
A gallery of pics of the Linaria flowers – Now featuring Aphids! 😉
I raise lots of seeds and cutting inside, some on a heat mat… but when its time to go outside, the all ‘harden off’ in the Kiddy Corner:
Thisis probably the most handy garden ‘tool’ I have purchased. Great for my seedlings!!
This week is ‘pick your own’ week at the flats. Continue reading The Offerings
I have a real love of easy to grow flowers.
When I was really little, I remember that every time my Grandmother came over she would dig daisies out of our lawn!
I thought it was a hoot to see my old Nan digging bits out of our lawn and sticking them in a plastic bag in her hand bag (she always had a plastic bag tucked inside her hand bag…. I actually think she probably always traveled with a pair of seceteurs too!). Continue reading Bellis Perennis