Gardening in a Wet Winter

I'm not on entirely good terms with this wet winter. I would rather have cold mornings that give rise to sunny days than continuously soggy ground, but we have to make the most of what is given to us and find other things to do. Once the big wooden planter was freed from the blackcurrant…

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A Few Plants in Winter

We are smack in the middle of winter here. A cold snap is apparently sweeping up the country, but I have been enjoying sunshine here, with just a smidgen of rain. I'll take cold yet sunny days over rainy days for sure! Water-filled holes aside, there are actually some nice things to look at in…

No More Assignments For Twiglet

I have been working on my assignment. Obviously, that is why I'm on my blog right now. This was my final assignment for my final paper for this course. So, my last assignment ever, unless I nutheadedly decide to do more study some time in the future. This final paper has seen me procrastinating like…

Good Crop, Bad Crop

Don't worry, this isn't another post about a chicken with sour crop, it is about the vege crops. The garden didn't get┬ámuch attention over the nutty season but I've managed to tidy things up a bit since then. One moment it looks good, then the next wave of weeds tries to take over in this…