It’s been a busy month starting with the first snowdrops finally appearing and ending with the first daffodil!
I have pruned – wisteria, apple trees, various shrubs and lots and lots of roses.
Standing about and thinking has occurred as I ponder what needs to be dug out and what could be moved. Work has also begun on actual digging and moving too!
There has still been a bit of cutting back to do of the last perennials and deciduous grasses ready for the new growth which is now happening.
The weather has been typically British, ranging from snow to warm enough to cut grass in a t-shirt but mostly grey and cold. Not forgetting storm Doris which caused a bit of disruption too!
Seeds have been sown, seedlings have grown and seed beds have been prepared ready for planting out next month, hopefully. And slugs have appeared right on cue to have an early salad grr!
So far so good, the gardens are under control but with a long list of jobs for next month which is only tomorrow. Just as I get bored of snowdrops the next phase arrives, here come the daffodils and anemones!