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Like me, are you fed up with the snow, and can’t wait for the weather to warm up a bit? Well to brighten up your day, Victoriana Nursery have 20% off sale this weekend only:
To take the tedium out of a weekend of not being able to get out into the garden, why not spend the time planning for the season ahead?
20% Off Everything
For This Weekend Only!
And to make your gardening pound go that little bit further simply use the Offer Code SNOW on our Redemption Page to get 20% of everything we sell – but be quick it will only work until midnight Sunday (4 March)!
So whether you’ve not got round to starting anything this year, or you’ve been unlucky enough to lose stuff in this cold snap, this weekend really is the perfect weekend for a spot of ‘armchair gardening’.
Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @Victoriana_NG or Facebook or Instagram for daily updates on what we’re sowing and growing (and the occasional bit of cooking and other ‘stuff’). And feel free to share this discount code with your fellow gardening friends and allotmenteers!
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If you want to do some gardening, but like me, the snow is putting a stop to that, then why not start your spring planting garlic off early. I start mine off in half toilet rolls and I have been doing it this way for years. It works perfectly.
When the snow has cleared and the weather has warmed up a bit (hopefully it won’t be long), then you can transplant them outside.
And before you say anything, when I filmed this we didn’t have snow, the sun was shining and it felt like Spring was just around the corner, but as I’m writing this blog, the whole garden is covered in white and it’s -4, but feels like -12 with the wind chill. Brrrrr!
Many of you have been asking how our new little chickens have been getting on, so I though I would do a short little film to let you know.
They were poor naked little loves when we rescued them from BHWT a little over 4 weeks ago, and one was very poorly. With lots of love, hugs (when they allow me to pick them up) and more TLC than I can tell you about, they are doing very well indeed.
Well, why don’t you see for yourself. You won’t recognise them.