We have so much growing at the moment. The herbs that I moved from the old veggie patch are loving the full sun in their new home. I planted lemongrass a few weeks ago and it's going great guns. The tomato seedlings are not growing too well. I have no idea what that's about because a compost tomato plant is doing well. The weather's been so weird - we've had so much rain and it's been a super-cold spring so I'm sure that's got a bit to do with what's happening in the veggie patch. It's going to be ok though. We also have eggplant, lettuce, leek, radishes, snowpeas, yellow beans, potatoes and onions growing. I think I'll mulch tomorrow and give the garden a drenching with blood and bone.
So here is a story, in pictures, of spring in the garden and some new pottery pieces.
|Clockwise from top left: New pottery, the hard rubbish score have been cleaned and are |
ready to be painted, the first of the season's hydrangeas, our very first cherries!
|Clockwise from top left: poppies in the pond, wild figs from the tree in the gnome|
pond, the potatoes are coming, the first strawberry