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.
The Begonias are delightful. I spent some time eyeing them up in order to decide which ones to keep and which ones must go.
I know it doesn’t make sense. Of course it doesn’t! But it’s happining nevertheless. I’m bringing a further (regular?) feature to my garden blog. Inspired
My question of the week is: Does the industry not sell seed of AGM plants with the deliberate intention of forcing me to buy the plants instead? Is it to maintain the genetic superiority of the plants? If so, it’s not cricket, ye oul lousers!
Motivation Monday: Consider planting something today. A vegetable or flower, an idea, resolution or even a smile.
I’m delighted that I was able to grow so many plants since the last week of January. Now it’s time to set them free.
I think it’s very strange that the name of certain plants just keep getting forgotten, lost in that back left corner of my brain. That corner must be nearly full by now, and refuses to give up its secrets!
We bought this about fifteen years ago, but never connected an electricity supply. A few years later it became more difficult when our dog Jessie chewed through the cables.
The Manic Fairy was all riled up yesterday and he said he was going to cause trouble.
What riled him?
You bought that Fairy Door in New Ross last week, and you just moved it to Abbeyside without asking.
You can’t be just moving fairy doors wherever you want.
Manchester United 1 Crystal Palace 2. It took us thirty years to beat them at Old Trafford last year, and then we go and repeat the feat again. Repeat defeat!
Which photograph takes first place in my garden competition this week? It was a private affair and I won easily. The prize is a two-night trip to West Cork.
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I’ve previously mentioned I write this primarily so that I can look back on events on my nursing home iPad in 2050.
It’s the first day of October. The swallows have gone, and the days are shortening. My gardening year is coming to a close, yet there