by Wendy Syddall
I love this season the most, when every tine you look at the garden there is something new to see. My tulips are lovely, the bluebells are flowering, my hellebores mostly still flowering although 1 has been eaten, my dahlias in the greenhouse are shooting, the day lilies coming up from their winter sleep and one of my favourite flowers the poppy has big buds ready to flower. I also have a garden full of blue, pink and white forget-me-not. The cherry tree has been covered with netting to protect it from the birds, they ate all the fruit last year. The tomato plants potted on and awaiting their final larger pots. If I was a poet I could continue this on, but I’m not!
My seeds are having varying degrees of success and some packets due to be binned! I have sowen 30 scabious and 4 have come up, I don’t think this is a good return! On the positive side, 13/15 cornflower are outgrowing their small pots and doing really well.
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