Posted: 01/04/2014 at 11:12
I really, really love Lizzie's garden! And Jack's little shack, I think that's my partner's idea of heaven, though sadly we have no space at all. I really should take a photo of what is the size of my little patch, it's why I'm wholly limited to pots!
And hello to everyone who has said hello to me! I haven't done much to the garden the past week since commenting, I did do some work yesterday, and noticed how well my seedlings have grown, and shall be potting them up today I think. Hope nobody minds me putting up some photos of my meagre progress, especially when so many of you have so much lovely colour going on! I'm just glad I have things that are growing.
So when I said I have a tiny garden at the front of my house, I wasn't fibbing!
It's why I'm so in awe of all of yours!
Gave my peas some makeshift support for now, which they appreciate a lot!
Violas are in bloom, but I think they may be too cramped in the small pots, so I may separate and have the one plant per pot, what do you think?
my rescued 20p Rosemary from B&M repotted and watered.
This has come into bloom, which got ID'd for me yesterday, thanks again! I did some research, and most say it doesn't work well as a hedge, I'm thankful we have it though, it gives us some much needed colour and privacy from our neighbours, it also shelters a cat that has decided to live outside our door, she's only been there for a day or so, but it kept her sheltered from the rain.
this was taken last week, I've since thinned them out, and they've grown even taller, is it time to move them to bigger individual pots? The Dahlia's and Zinnia's are about 2-3 inches tall I'd say and their leaves are growing every day.
I've also got a heather I'm trying to revive, and the coriander in the herb tray is starting to grow fin