Everything is hotting up now and a blaze of late summer colour seems on the cards; phlox and cosmos, as well as annuals such as Ammi majus are providing the mainstay of colour, along with my wonderful agapanthus plants.
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Well, getting out in the garden is hard currently, as it seems to have rained solidly since the hose ban was imposed. Trees, shrubs and perennials are growing well, but my beautiful tulips are taking a bit of a battering from rain and wind. I cannot resist showing you how lovely my own private tulip festival is. And dead-heading tulip
Time is speeding by and there is so much to sow and plant and do. In May I am going to feed all (and it is a lot) of plants in containers and then top-dress the pots and mulch the surfaces of the containers. Because I have so many plants growing in containers, watering is a major task, and a
It looks as if the sun is finally starting to come out, which means we’ll soon be starting to emerge from our own winter hibernations, hopefully a little more awake than when we went in. That means we’re ready to start enjoying the garden once again. The month of March welcomes the start of spring and therefore is the best