OK, the camera doesn’t lie.
We had a big weeding morning today, having started the battle with the long borders.
Just look what Scout did to help today.
The greenhouse currently houses lots of tomato plants.
This morning I got up to feed the dogs around 7:50. I looked out of our big window to see a white hillside full of shivering trees and chilly vines.
This is the quickest and easiest most delicious lunch
Supposing you have 32 plants to put in a square bed. You’d plant them in rows normally wouldn’t you?
You know that time when you buy a pot of basil because your seeds aren’t up yet and you are planning something Italian for supper.
I’ve spent the morning battling with various hose joints and attachments
If I had to live on something for the rest of my life, this would probably be it.
This afternoon I planted fourteen Greek gigantes runner beans.
On February 28 2018 we had heavy snow and sub-zero temperatures.
When we first built our house our neighbours to the north were 500 cherry trees.
I was shocked to find that lots of my lettuces and other young plants had suffered a night time attack by a creature unknown.
Much as I welcome seeing birds having a lovely time in the potager, I could do without them decimating my plants.
For the past few Sundays I’ve been running a workshop for members of our 500-strong Herault Gardener Facebook group.
There’s a ferocious wind blowing outside and my greenhouse has had chunks blown out of it.