The Begonias are delightful. I spent some time eyeing them up in order to decide which ones to keep and which ones must go.
Tag: My Garden This Month
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.
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.
Bird nests are overpriced, similar to Irish house prices, and there are several almost-worn-out boots within striking distance.
Thursday, 8th October 2020 Until I retired in 2013 I had lost interest in my garden. The love of gardening that was there 30 years
Tuesday, 6th October 2020 The patio pots brightened my heart all summer. I loved making almost weekly changes, adding pots here and there and moving
Thursday, 1st October 2020. It’s October already. Seize the moment, my friends. Yesterday I figured out that because of all the seed packets I ordered,
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Tuesday, 25th August 2020 I bought three Hebe Rhubarb & Custard plants back in April 2020, and planted them near the roses. They have settled
13th-17th July 2020. I have started into my sixty-third orbit of the sun, and to mark the occasion I include here excerpts from my Instagram
I have watched the long buds form slowly, and I’ve waited and waited for the first one to open. The Gaway Lily made me wait until yesterday.
Who would have thought that using this vibrant red pot would be a bad idea? Most of my pots are plastic with a few expensive
The fairy door has moved AGAIN. It had been behind the Alchemilla for the last few weeks, but the little devils relocated overnight.