Last weekend, I did a few things in the garden and I’m posting a series of images below with comments to describe what’s going on. You’ll see why stones, woodchips and seeds are the main things on my mind. Here in the UK, the grass is just starting to grow again after winter, and things are starting to move in the garden. My aim is to build a natural, diverse garden and I’m part way through this multi-year project. I’m not an experienced gardener, I’m learning little bits from friends and the web, and then just using instinct. In fact, it’s using instinct that’s the most fun. It doesn’t always work out, but it’s fun.
Also in the UK at the moment, as in the rest of the world, it’s coronavirus disruption time. We’re trying to stay at home almost exclusively, so gardening is a good pastime and a good form of exercise, but I’m a bit worried to see so many people disregarding the instructions of the government. That’s sad.
Ok, let’s see what happened last weekend. (click on any of the images to see them full-size)
So that’s it for last weekend. I have two large garden beds in preparation with lots of mulching going on last year. I’m hope to get a variety of crops going in these this year. But, as I said, I’m not an experienced gardener and I’m hoping that nature will help me out and we’ll get something to grow. It’ll all be fun anyway.
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