SARAH THE GARDENER

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Digging

Well I did it, I grabbed a spade and pushed it into the sand, not just once but repeatedly.  At the first metre of trench I celebrated.  ‘This isn’t so bad.’  I may have even done a happy dance.  I…

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So, how’s winter treating me?

Well to be honest, not too shabby.  The winds of last week are well behind us, although I have to say I am glad I wasn’t here.  It isn’t so much the wind itself that bothers me but the horrendous…

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Finally, a small project completed

It should have been an afternoon job, but as soon as I started it, I kept getting called away to other things and then I found I had underestimated the resources I needed and had to go out and get…

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A Very Quick Update

So much has happened in such a short space of time.  Firstly, it is now winter.   It is cold.  I’m allowed to say that now.  In autumn I was putting on a brave face, so while it was getting colder…

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Last May Day

Did May Count?  Were my efforts to prevent this month from slipping away worth it?   Did I make a difference to my gardening journey?  Historically this is a strange month and looking back over my previous blog posts for the…

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Raking in the Gold

As we are only a year and a bit into this new property beside the coast, there are no trees. It didn’t come with trees and I haven’t quite got to the point of planting some – well not quite,…

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Making May Count in Pictures

Today is a good day.  The sun is shining brightly, but more importantly the wind has gone.  It was really hard to Make May Count in such non-conducive conditions.  However, I did get out there and battle the elements, well the…

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Happy Birthday Garden

Today is a special day in my world.  It is one year today since I got started on my garden.  Before this it was a grazed by cows who didn’t appreciate the best view out across the ocean.  But we…

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Wrapped in plastic

It has been two weeks since I left my garden for a gorgeous spot on the coast and it has taken that long to start to feel comfortable with caravan living.  We have slipped into a school term routine, so…

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