Lottie, digging really, more like mud pie making here.
Looks very good, I have seen people ask for advice about low maintenace gardens for limited motor function so it will be good to show them what is possible.
Oddly I think it depends on your browser and your virus software.
Greece v Cheks and Poland v Abromavich.
There are 22 episodes, some padding will be needed.
Always good not to lose.
The thrift is flowering as I type.
I will go for a walk tomorrow.
It is the thrift house, they have had a short back and sides
One of my neighbours has a ceanothus, when is a good time to take cuttings?
Stop watching the news, there must be a house renovation programme on tv.
A bit sparse around here.
The empty house has had its front garden done and Sky were there yesterday.
I would definitely look at PA jobs in the gardening world, are there any horticultural colleges near you? they probably use a number of secretarial staff.
What about working in a GC at weekends?
Do you like the boring maintenance work, cutting lawns and trimming hedges? Lots of demand for that around here but obviously you would need all the equipment.
I avoided all the deals as they seem more prone to finding problems I never knew that the council ran some, you learn something new everyday.
What area of horticulture do you wish to get a role in, garden maintence, garden design, raising plants etc?