Monthly Archives: July 2014

Same stuff, different day.

I like taking pictures of stuff in the garden but only usually remember that when I’ve grabbed my camera in an attempt to try and document progress. I’ve been doing a lot of tidying up and tying up of tomatoes … Continue reading

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Stuff in my Garden

Ahead of splitting up my growing collection of plant life between family and allotment, I wandered round the garden this morning with camera in hand. Some things, in particular, I wanted to document, in an attempt not to do things … Continue reading

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The birds and the bees.

Anyone who follows me on Twitter or has read some of this blog will know that I’ve become increasingly fond of the many and varied birds I encourage to visit my garden. So,¬†when I found some weird leaf parcels in … Continue reading

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It is done. (It is so not done.)

It’s taken a while, but finally –¬†finally – there are signs of things growing on the plot which aren’t thistles or comfrey. Last night, I finally managed to plant (just as the sun set) my remaining golden courgettes and a … Continue reading

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