Thursday, 17 January 2013

ON HOLIDAY UNTIL FEBRUARY 10TH


Well, there's really nothing doing in the garden at the moment.
The ground is either too frozen to work or too boggy to stand on, this time of year can be so disheartening can't it!
I've now purchased some of this years veggie and flower seeds and I'll do a post about what we've chosen in the next day or so. I wasn't going to bother doing that as a post because I don't have images to show what we've grown in the past but the whole point of this blog is to keep a kind of journal for the garden so I can go back and check out what has worked before and what hasn't - I do try to keep written journals in the polytunnel but I'm not as enthused about them as I am blogging, so you'll have to forgive me if I post a boring topic on veggie seeds.
For now though I will leave you with this quote:

One of the healthiest ways to gamble is with a spade and a packet of seeds. ~Dan Bennett

10 comments:

  1. Veggie seeds are not boring! Write about what you're thinking about, I believe that makes for the best posts.

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    1. Thank you Jason, I will definitely do that.
      Thank you for taking time to comment.

      Linda

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  2. Jason is right I always gets lots of hits on posts I do about seeds so they must be interesting to more people than you realise.

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    1. Thank you PG. I guess you and Jason are right. It's strange because I like reading posts about seeds, I just figured i was weird lol.

      Thank you for taking the time to post.

      Linda

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  3. WE can use our imaginations instead of the photos

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  4. Hi Linda, i came in from Jean's, she also featured mine last November. In my case i love blogs with photos, i guess i am a more visual person, and my blog is an outlet for my photos too! Your header is beautiful, it has a semblance to our northernmost islands of Batanes, people always compare the landscape to some Scottish or Irish islands. Scotland is a dream country to visit, reason i also love Rosie's leavesnbloom.

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  5. So true that quote...I have yet to do an inventory, make a plan and buy more...hopefully in Feb as I start some flowers indoors for spring.

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  6. Popped in from blotanical...nice blog!

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