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Welcome to November, it has certainly been a very wet October. The milder weather has kept things going a bit longer which has felt a little unusual. The sunny days have been very welcome and how beautiful to feel the warmth of the sun. We got the winter duvets out of our loft at the weekend and it's been lovely to feel cosy again. The sheepskin slippers have been dusted off too!
How are we in May already! With so many jobs to do this month, it’s all go!
After the cold winter months it's finally time to get outdoors and into the garden again! Here are some gardening jobs that can help you wake up your garden this Spring!
Hello March! What a wonderful time of year this is, it will be officially Spring on the 20th. Things are starting to come to life, It is lovely to see the snowdrops and everything that is in flower. As daylight begins to lengthen, I always feel brighter in myself and its nice to get out for walks and take in nature.
Welcome to 2023! Wishing you all a happy and healthy year ahead!
We are well and truly into spring, what a gorgeous time of year. I can’t believe Summer will officially start next month! From mid-May those pesky frosts will have passed so we can relax a little. Do keep an eye on the weather forecast though, in case we get a late frost. Be ready with some newspaper or horticultural fleece. It can be soul destroying to find you have been caught out, seeing all the hard work and love you have put into growing your plants end up on the compost heap!
When I was writing last month’s blog, I had hoped we could all get out into our gardens again and start our hands-on gardening year. What a time we have had with the weather! There will be extra jobs to be taken care of now, such as repairing or replacing fences, glazing in the greenhouse may need replacing; you may have needed a tree surgeon too. Devastating for some with the damage caused and the flooding in some areas. Let’s hope March brings a better more settled month. As the weeks pass, we can look forward to those days ahead sitting out in our gardens, enjoying all the hard work we have put in over the winter months.