Nothing cures a common cold, not even Jemeson whiskey. However, against all the odds, I keep trying for a breakthrough.
Truthfully, the weather has been incredibly good. There hasn’t even been a whiff of very cold nights yet.
Here I am, settling in to my new blog home at GrowWriteRepeat.ie Easy to remember: Grow Write Repeat Dot IE I’ve moved from my old
There are plenty gaps appearing. This particular spot looked very bare so I bought these two small chrysanthemums.
This little conifer doesn’t look right. I’ve a feeling there’s something wrong. In fact, I’d say there’s something happening underground that’s not helping matters.
We are raising funds for Down Syndrome, but the best bit is… we start and finish at a garden centre!
I knew it would happen sooner or later. On a scale of one to ten, this Six on Saturday blurb merits about one-point-five.
It’s still going strong! Gaura has been in flower since early July and I love it!
My favourite chuckles are reserved for phrases that just don’t quite come out right. One such phrase today brought a smile and a chuckle!
I see me here. I see me there. The first three items below were purchased, photographed, catalogued and planted last week. The second trio have
MetEireann, in collaboration with UK and Dutch counterparts, have wasted no time in releasing the 2021-2022 storm names.
The Begonias are delightful. I spent some time eyeing them up in order to decide which ones to keep and which ones must go.
Sometimes I think to myself that I’d be better off to ditch this SOS mullarkey to focus my attention on opening paragraphs for novels.
Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy).
What is catching my eye at the moment? Well, for sure, the dahlias and begonias stand out, but my plant of the week is Rudbeckia.
I shall be very brief this week because as yet I haven’t mastered writing while cycling.
A ruthless streak is necessary and I’m becoming more comfortable with it. I’ve over-extended myself and it hurts. There are many plants in the garden
Lots and lots of cycling this week. 310km to be precise. This does mean less time in the garden, but things are generally under control.
I’m wondering… If motor plates can be bought for a fee, could I pay to have the algorithm personalised?
My wife says I’m a bit peculiar. If you’re a regular reader of Six-on-Saturday, you’re in for a mighty puzzle this week. If you’re not