If I went into the whole gardening thing hoping that every season I would have bountiful crops of everything, then I would surely be kidding myself. Take these redcurrants as an example. Quantity wise – well, as you can see, it’s quite paltry to say the least. As this was only planted a few months […]Read more "Redcurrants"
Spring is a time of great renewal in the garden. It is a time when dormant plants start to burst into life – growing rapidly as they seek energy from the warm rays of the sun. Dormant buds explode (not literally) with new leaves and flowers when the threat of overnight frost has long passed. This particular […]Read more "Spring in the Garden"