Apart from not cutting the grass I spent most of the day making home made bread. Started the plum wine off fermenting, and baked an apple pie. That took a good few hours. A second loaf is in the breadmaker.
I had a close encounter with a frog. Learnt how to message my photos so i can blog them from a new internet site. This will help untill the laptop problem is sorted out. I'm back to work tomorrow for six shifts in a row...
Just need to cut the grass on one day. Go daffodil, bluebell, and snowdrop shopping. The seeds need planting in new compost.
I have started my own version of the retreat from Moscow, with plants moving inside for the winter to avoid jack frost. He starts stalking from October sometime here.
How addictive is blogging? writing posts, uploading photo's. I must say here I lost all my links which was my daily garden magasine. Sixty or so various blogs. It will take me time to relocate them all and leave comments..
Off to read my David Bellamy book. He is a famous british botanist, and enviromental campaigner. I saw him speak at the Cheltenham literary festival, then queued up to get him to sign it. I was speechless when i had got to the front.I watched him on TV and he was a great hero. Standing in front of him i could not speak...
He signed it, and now i am finally making progress reading it. I thought of a post which would be which person/persons have influenced you the most in regard to gardening?
He loves plants and insects, and use to infuse over them. I am the snappy gardener now because of his TV show.