I baked a cake for friends and once cool sliced it up, wrapped individually and delivered straight to their freezer
Banana and a little mixed fruit.If I do not slice and freeze it only lasts for a day and a half. Washing done and on the line by 9 giving me time to whizz round and do a few jobs.
I picked Maggie up and took her shopping as usual and then settled down to some work, with lots and lots of help.
I decided on a pair of arches, because it is open they are buried 2' into the soil, one is there the second is started
It is looking promising.
There they are done. I am very pleased with how it is looking, the center still needs some more topsoil added, tomorrows job. At the front of each arch will be a Honeyberry, I found a pair in Wyevale for half price, and as I have a card I got a further 10% off so the pair cost me £9.
I am not sure what to grow on the backs, I did wonder about a hardy Kiwi, but will do a little research.
I have this in the yard, what do you see?
Yup, trick question, it is not just a pile of planks. What you are looking at are three raised beds. 6' by 3' by 12" tall for the grand sum of £45, I have a large tub of dark oak stain for them that cost £2.99 and there are more than enough screws and off cuts of wood to join at the corners and make legs to hammer into the ground.
Have you seen the price of raised beds, I think that I have a bargain.
Finally, in the interest of spreading tidiness through the house I have turfed these out of various hidey holes and will be taking them to Cardigan on Saturday. James and Cerys never seem to have enough mugs, this donation should help.
Now I am off to find some dinner, I have a hungry man in the garden who deserves a meal and I am quite peckish myself.