I’ve stated before that autumn is not my favourite time of the year. The reduction of the visible life is all around me. The leaves falling, the annuals dropping their seeds and then dying. I understand all this. I also understand at this time of year, the abundance of the other life forms leaping into…… Continue reading Budding for Spring
I uploaded a vid to my YouTube account showing just how effective the new wind circulation is. https://youtu.be/bhYYcgsEiOk I couldn’t believe it would effect seed dispersal too! >.> BTW I will leave a few of these in situ and thin out the worst. That way they will be easier to pull up next year. Easier…… Continue reading Wind in the what-nows?
So I had a little time in the garden this morning in between the rain showers. Did a couple of odd jobs. I also noticed something, but I will show that in another post, probably tomorrow. I trimmed back my Aquilegias. I actually trimmed them both back but I only took photos of my oldest…… Continue reading Of Plants and Ponds
I’m thinking of either getting rid of or at least changing the job of my pond in a pot. I took out the plants that were in there are now in the back part of the pond. so I now have no use for the pond in a pot. HOWEVER… What I may do is…… Continue reading My Pond in a Pot
And now to a bit of a rant about working on a garden in a council house on a council estate that has had past tenants who just didn’t care. Why do people feel the need to use the garden as a dumping ground? It just makes everything FAR more difficult and possibly dangerous for…… Continue reading Ranting…
It’s that time of the year where my Amaryllis falls over and practically starts snoring where it lands. So after noticing that the leaves had finally yellowed off I trimmed off the last of them, cleaned up the dried off outer layers and wrapped them up, still in their pots, in newspaper to keep them…… Continue reading Amaryllis Wrap Up