SARAH THE GARDENER

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Let’s get this season started

I no longer feel panicked and the season can finally start.  I know I said it wasn’t a race and I had ages, but that seed sowing window was wide open and was calling me to climb through it.  So…

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I’m Late, I’m Late

It certainly feels like it.  Spring is four days old and I’ve done nothing about it.  I just want to shake myself – ‘do you not realise it is spring – the season of seasons, the one you long for…

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Shelving ideas

We are still in the grasp of midwinter, but the grip of winter is loosening.  Late winter starts in a few days and with that the planning and preparation for the summer garden has amped up a gear.  I have…

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Window Sill Gardening

I love my dome.  It is the coolest thing I think I have ever had built.  But I have a bit of a problem with it…  It is not ready.  The builder has done his amazing bit and created it. …

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Welcome in

Over the last week we got a bit side tracked from the study of the soil, what with Easter and April Fools – I think my 24 carrot gold seeds were a bit too subtle… maybe I should have spray…

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Today is the first day to the rest of the season.

So the ground is still soggy and unprepared – I’m not in the least concerned today because I have the spring fever.  Now it is here – you just gotta go with it.  I’ll worry about the beds later, because…

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The overlap days

The overlap into autumn, the next season has officially begun.  It is kind of weird because, aside from the onions and garlic, the transition from winter to spring is effectively a blank canvas.  The beds are empty, cold and often…

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