A year ago, I shared the wreath I made to take to the Crematorium Gardens of Remembrance on the anniversary of my mum’s death – 8th December 1995. She would have been 91 today (she was 21 in this photo).
In January, I wrote that I had thoughts of changing this very shady border into a combination of small greenhouses and compost bins. Continue reading “Project: The Very Shady Border”
What do you do when you realise it’s a friend’s birthday and you haven’t even thought of a present?
Pop to the garden centre for some plants and a terracotta pot, of course. Continue reading “Celebrations”
This was my Very Shady Border back in late April. A mess of overgrown foliage, dead plants in pots, and rubbish.
In January, I wrote here about plans to remove a raised bed, in deep shade during the summer months, and turn it into a combination of greenhouses/composting area. I had hoped for the groundwork to be completed by Easter. Continue reading “My Tiny Greenhouse Experiment: Part Two”
With the arrival of the new year, thoughts turned to maximising my growing area, within the limitations of my existing garden. Continue reading “My Tiny Greenhouse Experiment: Part One”