Morning all.I was really tired last night. Son 2 rang to ask if we wanted to go and see his new house in the evening, but I was just dishing up dinner and we were too tired. I think he's a bit fed up we couldn't go over the weekend because of the Strawberry Tea, but we could have gone yesterday afternoon if he'd asked earlier. This week should be quieter and I should be able to get on with the weeding. OH is going to England on Thursday to see friends and family.
No, Aunty Rach, I don't like the heat. I like the early 20s and a bit of rain from time to time. SW France is too hot in summer and too cold in winter for me. Wasn't my choice though.
No it wasn't! I searched through my own followed threads. There are some lovely gardens in those threads. I enjoyed looking at the Saville Garden again. When we went about 3 years ago it was raining.
Found 2017 - http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/the-potting-shed/garden-visits-2017/996776.html/
Found it! Looked back through my Followed Threads - http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/the-potting-shed/garden-visits-2017/996776.html/
Does anyone know if there is a thread for Gardens we Have Visited 2017? I've done a search but I can't find it. I thought there was one.
Found 2016 http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/garden-design/gardens-we-have-visited-2016/984442.html/
Nick, your garden is lovely, you've made a huge difference.
Mark, there is a thread for gardens we have visited. This is more for our own gardens. I'll try to find the link.
I've spent a lot of the afternoon packing up crockery and cutlery from yesterday's Tea. Have lost 2 teaspoons and gained 2 knives No clotted cream in France, as Obs said, we used Mascarpone, which is triple cream. They say it's cream cheese but it doesn't taste at all cheesy.