It has been a chilly, damp, grey day in London, one of those days when you don’t really want to do anything but know you ought to take some exercice. So I took myself to Greenwich Park to compare progress with the London Garden.
I have spent a week digging, thinning, potting, moving, and replanting and I hope everything in the garden is happy and ready to grow.
The garden in Suffolk should really be called ‘The Fortnight Garden’ because that is what I am trying to do – make an interesting garden on a few day’s attention once a fortnight. Crazy! I returned from wonderful weeks in South Africa to find the garden in Suffolk hadn’t missed me at all; instead it…
The magnolias are mainly over for the year – glorious, sculptural, waxy, enticing – just beautiful.
I have been digging, clearing and dividing in Suffolk and need a moment to enjoy the colours in the garden. I hope all the bare patches will soon become green and colourful!
It was a mild day in Suffolk, and not raining so I had a chance to tidy up in the garden – a task I had not anticipated doing until March! I cleared Japanese Anemones off the paving and cut down the sedums – both are on the compost heap now. And although it is…
No snow, but spring flowers