Monday, 2 May 2016

Garden Update

Hello

What with all my London posts, I have neglected to tell you about the garden!

No matter though, as it's still unreliable weather-wise and too cold to plant anything too susceptible to frost and things are a bit s-l-o-w.

The pear and cherry blossom looks good, leaves are opening on all the trees and there are violets growing in the lawn. Don't be too impressed with the tulips as they were in Lidls!


Still in the house, the chillies planted last year continue to flower and fruit although the chocolate habeneros, haven't been pollinated yet, come on bees! The Spring planted seeds are coming slowly on. Beans are breaking the surface, little pots of seeds move around the house searching out a pool of sunlight.



I hope your produce is doing well.

Cheerio

10 comments:

  1. I can understand your frustration with the weather, but it seems that you have some great color already. I do hope that you will be gardening with gusto soon!

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    1. Ours is quite a wild garden with small patches of colour which are always anticipated with glee! :-)

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  2. Lovely selection of flowers, and the seedlings look good too :o) x

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    1. It's coming along slowly but great to see the new things opening up. x

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  3. Great to catch up with your garden news!

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    1. Well, it's still there but looking a bit wild! x

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  4. Everything looks good in your garden. Here's hoping the weather improves soon:)

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    1. Come on Sunday! It's supposed to be good this week. :-)

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  5. Unreliable weather - somethings don't change! C'mon England I'm looking forward to sunshine my the end of the month! I did smile at the thought of you moving pots of seeds around the house to catch the sunshine!
    Wren x

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    1. It was baking yesterday so hopefully you'll be lucky x

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