Monthly Archives: March 2015

Balancing work and plot

Thankfully today was grey and damp so that I couldn’t be so easily seduced from the piles of proper job work I needed to finish before tomorrow. This work can a pleasure in itself, but not as immediately attractive as … Continue reading

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Seeds, butterflies and bumblebees

A beautiful day for planting seeds under cover and pottering around outside in the sunshine pricking out cosmos seeds and potting on moth mullein. There were yellow butterflies floating across the garden and fat bumblebees enjoying the flowers on the … Continue reading

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Emerging at the plot

Windy but surprisingly sunny today and time to look more closely at the plot. Too wet to dig, but started on a third bed by the gate by removing large perennial weeds and putting a thick layer of  peat free … Continue reading

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Flower Farming Workshop with Georgie Newbery

Even getting miserably lost in the dark on the way home, didn’t make me feel any less enthusiastic about the excellent course with Geogie Newbery in Somerset. Just after getting my plot, I had come across her book, ‘The Flower … Continue reading

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