Things are growing around here, including the grass, but Celia has given us all permission to let the grass grow under our feet so we can encourage dandelions, they are just what bees need.
While I ignore the grass paths, I’m busy planting peas, potting on, spreading compost, building climbing frames – not the human kind but the plant kind.
The sun has been out, things are generally warming up and yes the wind is still blowing. What else do you expect living and gardening so close to the sea?
The shrouds you see are not the Turin kind, but the pea kind, to keep the pea plantlets nice and cosy while they settle into their new homes.
I’ll be back later in the week to catch up with all the comments and my blog reading (I’m playing that juggling life game again, so sorry I haven’t been around as much lately but we’ll get there).
I also have a little treat in store for you all, a special post that I’ve been planning to write for over two weeks now, I’ve taken the shots, I need to create some time to process them into some semblance of order and interest! Oh and you are all invited, you are joining me for the special post; you’ll need some comfy shoes, a fleece, maybe a flask of tea and a biccie and a smile ….. well of course you could opt for stilettoes we love everyone up at our allotments……