The July garden isn’t looking too bad for winter

Make a big cuppa tea, sit back and relax and step into my world for a quick look around.

Come again soon – August is just full of so many exciting things to do, I don’t know where to start!

Sarah the Gardener  : o )

7 Comments on “The July garden isn’t looking too bad for winter

  1. Dear Sarah. The video was terrific. Thank you for the walk through your garden. Plenty happening there. The strawberry bed is looking good after all your hard work.


    • Hi Jean. I’m glad you enjoyed my video. It’s also good for me to have a record of how it all looks, so I can watch it in the future and see how far I’ve come.
      Cheers Sarah : o )


  2. Hi Sarah, sorry I haven’t been able to read your last posts but we have been chained to our studies for a week. I am just getting the last of my RSS Feed Reader under some sort of control and saw that you had 9 posts! I won’t be able to read them all at the moment but cheers for your sterling efforts :).


    • Hi Fran… Yeah… um. I’ve been a bit busy in the garden, as you have been with your studies. I hope they are going well.
      Cheers Sarah : o )


      • They are on hiatus for a week or so because our lecturer is still working on the next unit so we have a week off…can’t say that depresses me to be honest and we might get some time out in the garden! 🙂


    • Hi Keith. There is something about freshly turned soil, ready for planting that looks really good. I think it has something to do with that whole blank slate thing, where there is nothing ahead but hope and promise.
      Cheers Sarah : o )


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