Monthly Archives: September 2017

The first plants are in…..

I feel that my plan is slowly coming together. I’ve done my first planting in a newly created bed. I’m so excited. Fortunately I managed to get everything done before the thunder came and the heavens opened.   If you’re … Continue reading

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A big, ballsy declaration (don’t be chicken)

Originally posted on Mark Stay Writes:
Howdy, this month’s chicken centrefold is Giz. Say hello to Giz… Visitors are always welcome to the writing room… We’ve learned quite a few things on the Bestseller Experiment podcast, but the one lesson…

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Another day, and lots more gardening….

It’s so much fun being able to get out in the garden all day. The birds are singing, the horses in the neighbouring field are neighing, a little bit of traffic goes past. The sun is shining, the breeze is … Continue reading

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Thursday 7th September 2017 – All day in the garden.

It doesn’t happen very often that I get to spend all day in the garden. Usually it’s either the morning or the afternoon. But today was a special day, and the weather was dry, so what better place to be … Continue reading

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The war of the ivy!

It’s a little bit like the War of the Roses during the 15th Century. Although we’re not fighting over a crown to rule the country, but we’re fighting over who will rule the garden, which is far more important. I’m … Continue reading

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The next bed is underway…..

Now that I’ve finished with one bed, it’s time to start on the next one. This time I’m in the diagonal corner of the garden, and am having to deal with yet more ivy and weeds. But I have come … Continue reading

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Bed one is naked!

It’s taken a while, but I’ve finished striping the first bed. All the ivy, weeds and plants are no more. Now these things you expect to find in a bed in the garden, however, I did find a few things … Continue reading

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