Sunday, 19 March 2017

Daydream in Blue

So close to Spring, but it wasn't feeling like it this weekend. I've been reading blogs from warmer climates - Ki Si in Spain with such amazing blue skies and hot temperatures which mean she's harvesting already and Endah in Indonesia with her interesting fruits and beautiful flowers.
Not that we don't have beautiful flowers and our fruit and veg will grow eventually... it's just so tempting to wish the months away...
But there are many signs now that Spring is on its way and not just in all the UK blogposts.
It's a good job time isn't moving too quickly though we have managed to do more preparation on Plot 7 this weekend, in the cool breeze with grey skies.
Jamie's dug most of the quarter where the onions are going, they're due to be delivered any day now - I wouldn't let him dig up the last of the carrots as I want to use them in cooking during the week.
I cleared out one of the strawberry beds - there were so many snails and spiders hiding in there! That should make the plants happier, along with the plant food we watered them with afterwards.
So there was time for daydreaming, but time for working too. I Monster provide the music..


8 comments:

  1. It's a time to look forward isn't it?

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    1. It certainly is! March seems to have been quite a swift month but not sunny enough for my liking!

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  2. Love the blue flowers! I like it!

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    1. Hyacinth and grape hyachinth - fabulous colour and scent

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    1. Will look even better with some fruit on!

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  4. Being patient is so frustrating - I just want everything to get a move on and GROW! Your plot looks ready for action!

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    1. Thanks! It's the weekend and it's meant to be sunny - hooray!

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