These are some of the bread rolls that morphed into hot cross buns that then became spice swirls. Very tasty, and my friends enjoyed them.
Mt little raised patio is beginning to fill up nicely.
The apple trees are bursting into life.
Sweet peas have been pricked out and some more sown.
Spinach, beetroot and radish.
Look at my pepper plants in the back, showing the tomatoes how to grow.
The front bed planted up, it looks a bit different now, I have almost filled the bare ground with blue bells that a friend dug out for me.
This planter sat on a window sill from last October and did nothing but sulk. Now that I plan on emptying it out there are flowers and bulbs coming up. I have moved it to the patio and have another ready to go here tomorrow.
Fingers crossed for another good day tomorrow, the grass has to be cut and I have more seed to sow. The first batch of spinach is ready to start picking now, the second is through so I must get a row into the garden, I have another bed ready.
The lettuce is the same and the radishes, I like to get some in pots under cover before I start sowing in the garden, the first leaves will go nicely with homemade pizza for dinner tomorrow
My second circle skirt is finished and the jacket cut out ready to go, the garden has to come first, I may start it in a little while.
I lost an hour or more this morning, when I came back from walking Ben I checked my blog list and did a little hopping, I went to Canada, Australia, Italy and France, all over the UK and most of the US. I was shattered and had to have another cuppa when i finally landed back in Cwmgors.
It has been fantastic weather, we are being spoiled rotten, your lants are all looking great :-)ReplyDelete
Long may it last, I can cope with the watering.Delete
Good lord that was some trip you had...lol! Sounds like there is lots going on this weekend and hopefully a bit more sunshine.ReplyDelete
It was good to get out for a while.Delete
Spring is such a beautiful time and I can see your garden is coming along nicely. Lovely to think of all the good things you will soon be eating . XxxReplyDelete
I had the first salad leaves and baby spinach.Delete
Looks like a perfect weekend to me xReplyDelete
It certainly was as near perfect as possible.Delete
Your garden is certainly springing into life! It was glorious weather here on Saturday, then misty wet n horrid since making me not want to go out at all!ReplyDelete
Living near the South West coast has its advantages, I do not miss that East wind at all.Delete
It's wonderful to see such signs of new life emerging in the garden, isn't it. Spring has definitely sprung! Hope you have recovered from your 'round the world' trip :)ReplyDelete
I can almost see things growing, my trip was great.Delete
Great to see all the plants coming to life! Hope we get some lovely sunshine over the next few days!ReplyDelete
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger
I have not seen a weather forecast but the sky is holding clear.Delete
Garden is always the first place I choose to be, but blog glob trotting sounds bliss as well.ReplyDelete
It was fun but better in the garden.Delete