I’m a couple of days late, it isn’t always easy to get onto the computer, life and Mike get in the way.The ‘P’ garden is doing well.PearsPeasMore peasPotatoesWe have a possible “funny vegetable” entry.Weird courgette.The onions and carrots are looking …
The past few days have been so wet here that I feared I might not be able to post photos of my garden, but I awoke at 6 a.m. to beautiful sunshine. By half past seven I had put the bedding in the wash and taken my photos, I never know which photo …
Yes it is the 21st again. I haven’t blogged for over a week, there hasn’t been much new to tell you all. Mike is settling into the early morning routine, it does seem to help not losing a whole day. It has meant I have had a lot of time pottering in th…
As promised I bring you photos of my garden. To be honest there isn’t much to see yet, but isn’t that half the fun? A six month or so journey to see what grows and what doesn’t. So far the only real sign of life from the fruit trees is courtesy of…
I nipped out while it was still sunny and my porridge was cooking and took my photos. Even as I type, the sky is clouding over.
|Onions (oh and weeds)|
|Pea (plus weeds)|
|Potatoes (what do you mean “where”?)|
The beetroot, carrots and swedes are too hard to identify yet, may be next month.
Here we go again.This year we are growing tomatoes, swedes, butternut squash, courgettes / zucchini (yes Paula, again!), beetroots, asparagus (takes 2 YEARS), carrots and peas. The chillies have started to grow:The onions are starting to sprout:Th…
I thought I’d keep you all posted with happenings here in the sunny West Midlands. We’ve been busy in garden and Mike has had a couple of hospital appointments. More on that when he gets a chance to blog.Today I decided to share my plans for our evenin…