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Everyone welcome Louise. Bunny - I'd do a dance but I've just had my foot liberated from an orthopedic boot and have to learn to walk on it properly again first. T'other foot will be done in mid April so I expect to be doing an Indian summer dance by September.
The rain is now doing its best to trun to snow. I don't approve. Normally I wouldn't fuss as our winters are long but we had a glorious week in January and then another at the beginning of March and it feels as though we're being mocked and teased on purpose.
Bought some shrubs, decided to wait until it warms up - if it ever does - for the perennials. Front garden will soon be amazing (well maybe)
It's a bug Louise - a gardening bug
Morning all, quick look in as today I will mostly be house cleanig ready for overnight visitors
One ting is tough that she is a great garener so perhaps, maybe, I will get some gardening time in the next 2 days
Morning all. Funny, I didn't see this yesterday! There's now so much to look at and soon it will be the busiest time of year outside. I've said good morning in several posts already! I really should stop sitting in front of this computer and get up and do something, even if it's only the ironing.And there's stacks to do outside, but it keeps raining. GH is up to date waiting for plug plants next week.
Good morning everyone,
Horrible day here but in some ways it's good to have a day off from the garden. I would feel obliged to go out if it was fine but my back will appreciate a rest.
Joined the local garden group last month and last night's talk was about the restoration of Heligan so really interesting. It's my favourite garden in Cornwall.