It’s late may and there is still time to sow some seeds. The weather has been amazing and its perfect for getting out into the garden. If you liked the video, please like and subscribe!
May is here and it’s time for second sowing of Radishes and I’ve planted the seeds delivered by Amazon.com
Time for a Vlog! Please help my channel out by giving the video a like and subscribing. It would be great to build a small community on YouTube. In this episode, I sow courgette, lettuce, radish, peas, and tomatoes. We’ve had a stunning and really warm April and I’m keen to make sure I get…
The second month of 2020 has started; I can hardly believe how fast time is passing. The weather here has remained very mild, and I am struggling to recall a day when we woke to frost covering the building site, formally my garden. We have had a few cold mornings, but not enough to stop…
Its the start of the new year and I take a moment to reflect on 2019. It’s been hit and miss during 2019 and now my garden is being destroyed by the building work taking place to extend my home.
These last few weeks have been surreal. We’ve spent most weekends helping to clear out my wife’s grandparents house which is being sold. The whole experience is sad but at the same time fascinating to see so much history in one place.
We have had a warm late September weekend and I have taken the opportunity to get some work done in the garden before things change and autumn really kicks in.
It’s been a while since my last update but here’s a quick video with updates on progress so far this year.
After a few months of random weather we are finally at normal temperatures and seeds are starting to germinate.
With summer behind me and autumn colours setting in, it’s time I had a tidy up in the garden. A fair amount of plants and veg have either ended or close to ending and starting to die back. The tomato plants are very close to the end of their productive year and the leaves on…