Difficult we do at once, the impossible takes a little longer.
I dropped the crystal ball this morning, and no I am not psychic.
Looks like it's going to be a sunny day. time to top up the vitamin d to get us through winter.
Can't work, garden and bake cakes. I do not wear my underpants on the outside.
and I provide the cake on Fridays. Best M&S Blackcurrant swirl. OMG it's gorgeous and we worked hard all week , we deserve it.
If they are out of Blackcurrant swirl, we manage with Lemon drizzle.
I take my own coffee to work. For some reason, all the staff drink tea, and they have a jar of supermarket finest for the locum.
As I tell them.
"LIFE IS TOO SHORT TO DRINK C**P COFFEE. IS THE KETTLE ON YET?"
If it flowers but has no fruit, you need a pollinator. You could do this by grafting on a a suitable bit. I greatly regret not taking a graft off of an old tree in the Orchard next door. It produced superb apples from a hollow trunked tree on its last legs.We know it was planted pre WW2 The RHS people could not identify it at an apple day at Harlow Carr. Unfortunately a big storm brought it down and it has now been lost.
Camellia can be tolerant to normal pH soils but do best in an acidic soil, or ericaceous compost.
You got me excited then. The only truffles I like are dark chocolate with an alcoholic filling.
Don't forget the gladioli. Very easy to grow in rows on an allotment.