SARAH THE GARDENER

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Garden Planning – the Final Push

Sector 4 is all fruit so no planning needed there – all I have to do before the season changes is evict the aging three year old strawberries and replace them with their offspring runners to keep the production of…

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Planning the Garden – Sector Three

Sector three was once the outer edge of the garden.  I’m not entirely sure how it has become part of the heart of the garden, but I think I may need a fence.    I’m really pleased with my sector systems…

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Did I mention I was going to America?

It is now close enough that I am excited but also extremely nervous.  I haven’t flown anywhere significant by myself since I was young and fearless and headed off to London alone for my big OE.  It was the first…

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Sharpening my tools

Often when you buy garden tools like spades and hoes, they come with a blunt end or maybe it’s just the cheap ones I buy.  Often I am so keen to get using them in the garden I just get…

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And for my second blog of the day we are going to have a celebration.

My last blog was all serious and a bit of a worry.  This one is much more upbeat.  All the while that I have been pacing myself with my blogs, keeping up with my gardening endeavours and not spending too…

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Where the heck have I been?

I have been absent for quite some time.  Sorry. I haven’t been doing nothing, I have been blogging – just not here.  I created 53 blogs over 95 days outlining the ups and downs of spring and early summer veggie…

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I feel like I am walking a fine line in a balancing act and may spread myself too thin.

The problem is I love my garden.  I’m not the greatest gardener in the world and my garden can best be described as “rustic.”  But it is my little slice of paradise that I can indulge myself, taking comfort from…

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Fruits of my Labour!

I haven’t been busy in the garden – in fact I have done nothing at all.  It is winter after all so I guess I’m allowed a few days off.  Although I have ordered my seeds for spring so they…

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