Garden blogging, Six on Saturday

Six on Saturday – 14 July 2018

I will subtitle this post "The Good, the Sad and the Ugly. In reverse order (this may make your skin go funny) ... 1. The Ugly - Social Pear SawflyThere is (was) a small hawthorn shrub on my allotment. A couple of days ago I discovered it absolutely covered in what looked liked cobwebs full… Continue reading Six on Saturday – 14 July 2018

Flowers, Garden blogging, Photography

Six on Saturday in Vivid Colour 30 June 2018

A regular Six on Saturday can leave a bit of a challenge when you only have patio pots.  I didn’t really do myself any favours last week when I posted close up photos of my pots, leaving me not a lot new photos to post this week.   However, always one for a challenge, the… Continue reading Six on Saturday in Vivid Colour 30 June 2018

container planting, Flowers in the Garden, Garden blogging

Six on Saturday – Patio Planting 23-06-2018

I am an infrequent contributor to Six on Saturday hosted by The Propagator Blog but coming back from my holiday and welcomed by a glorious display of colour on the patio I have to share them with you.1. My Container Garden It wasn’t deliberate that the brights are on one side and the gentle shades are on the… Continue reading Six on Saturday – Patio Planting 23-06-2018

Garden blogging, Garden Meme

Six on Saturday – 7th April 2018

I really should think carefully and plan when I'm going to blog to make sure that when I publish a post it doesn't coincide with specific meme's, such as 'Six on Saturday' hosted by The Propagator Blog. That is just what I have done - two posts in one day! Nature has taken a bit… Continue reading Six on Saturday – 7th April 2018

Flowers, Garden blogging, Garden Meme, Photography, Silent Sunday, Six on Saturday

Six on a Bitterly Cold Saturday 17/03/2018

It was my plan to do a Six on Saturday blog post today. After a couple of warm days that fooled us, and plant life, that Spring was about to arrive, it is snowing today and bitterly cold - a shock to us all. My little tree peony, survived earlier frosts but now it has… Continue reading Six on a Bitterly Cold Saturday 17/03/2018