Wow isn't amazing what a drop of sunshine can do to ones spirit and ones garden!
These are just some of seeds/plants to be sown/grown this year.
Some of you may remember my garden blog last year?
If not pop on over to get an idea of how my garden looked last year.
This year I shall just keep to the one blog, it's hard enough having a life with one let alone two!
And completely frantic with chirping.
I have a new friend I call him/her twiddly, as she/he is most tuneful.
and smelling heavenly.
If you have room for one shrub in your garden, you can't beat an evergreen osmanthus.
The fragrance is pure spring!
I have been busy busy in the garden again and have dirt under my fingernails to prove it.
Lots of moving plants and pruning out the deadwood.
Today I have rejuvinated the shady side, where there was an old ceanothus past its best.
So far I have dotted some euphorbias and aquilegias
(borrowed from other areas within the garden, but of course),
and some blue salvias which will get some sun.
(now partially filled with chantenay carrots)
Well this weekend I made one!
Not bad hey?
The windows, rescued from our bedroom make great mini greenhouses.
I have sown pak choi, swiss chard and cos lettuce in mine.
So I shall leave you with my new purchase, a pink dicentra which is great for a shady border.
I bought a white one last year, which I love and is growing well.
Anyone else having an irritating time uploading photos??!!