Posted on May 8, 2021 by Sarah the Gardener
To be honest I think the brick saga has had more of an impact on my #MakeMayCount timeline. Up until the bricks entered my world, I was making great progress, but collecting them was a huge effort and then they…
Category: GARDENING, Uncategorized
Tags: #MakeMayCount, autumn seedlings, bricks, Coastal gardening, cuttings, GARDENING, Growing onions, Growing Vegetables, iris bulbs, Late Autumn, May, New Zealand, Sarah the Gardener
Posted on June 14, 2019 by Sarah the Gardener
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…
Tags: Coastal gardening, cuttings, Early Winter, elephant garlic, end of season asparagus, fog, GARDENING, growing asparagus, growing shallots, Growing Vegetables, June, Making soap, New Zealand, Sarah the Gardener, spacing out planting distances
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