And Sow it Begins

I came home from hospital last weekend, my body is tired and sore but getting a little stronger every day. I ended up needing more surgery than expected which has set my recovery back with one thing or another but I am getting there, slowly. I miss spending time with the chickens and of course … Continue reading And Sow it Begins

March in the Garden Smallholding

The glorious sunny weather over the past few days really helped to warm the soil, I took full advantage by sowing more radish and the first of the beets (boltardy) covering the rows with a tunnel cloche which will help to keep the soil warm. I'm trying a different variety of radish called 'Bright Lights' (colour mix) alongside the … Continue reading March in the Garden Smallholding

Seedlings and What We Are Sowing Now

I love sowing seeds and waiting for them to germinate, be it vegetable or flowers it doesn't matter, I find the waiting equally as rewarding. The sign of life within the soil, a little green seedling looking for the light. I've had a bash at sowing sweet corn, all the seeds germinated and the young … Continue reading Seedlings and What We Are Sowing Now