It was a week ago that I shared my May garden tour with you and I was feeling a little behind and somewhat daunted by the all work that needed doing. I know some of you were too so here’s a quick look at the garden one week later…..please take heart from it…..we CAN do it! Also, my rationale for moving the paths over by just a few centimetres….
Grab yourself a cup of tea…it’s a chatty one while I take a bit of time out from a very hectic week. I have many beautiful things to say thank you for……and a bit of a chat about my excitement for moving house and what I’m looking for in my next property.
The great seedling exodus of 2021 has started! Every trip to the garden now means carrying a load of seedlings…..it’s exciting to see the cold frame starting to fill up. While I’m here today I also take some time to plant out some flowers from cuttings and corms: Crocosmia, Honeysuckle, a rambling Rose, Sweet Peas….and give the herb bed a bit of love too.
Yikes! The months are whizzing by and suddenly we’re in May….the mad month of May if you grow your own veggies. May is the month when it all happens…..there is much to do in the garden, more seeds to sow, more transplants to harden off…join me for a walk around the garden to assess where it’s at and what needs doing.
A long, chatty video in which nothing much happens! I’m staying in an hotel in West Yorkshire…for a very specific reason….pop the kettle on and join me for some room service.
Oooh, I’m excited! May is one of the busiest months in the gardening year….the month that sees the most change in the garden until late Autumn…..there is much to sow and much to do. Here I outline my seed sowing plans and my jobs to do.