6 in Saturday: My Patio has its own ecosystem.

Ok so I’m a bit late to my 6 in Saturday but I’ve been in the garden all day making the most of this lovely, cold yet sunny weather we have enjoyed today in Wiltshire. We are still digging the pond but only attempt it in waves as it’s hard work and frankly, boring. We shall get there but in the meantime let me share with you some photos of my patio. It’s coming up in a few months and will be relaid after all the building work, but it has its own ecosystem!

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6 Must Do Jobs For The Spring Garden

Aside from being a great hobby, gardening teaches you a lot of things like patience, discipline, and responsibility. After all, you need to be committed to working in your garden all throughout the year. But don’t worry because it shouldn’t take too much of your time provided that you plan accordingly.

Besides, all your effort and hard work will have been worth it once you see the fruits of your labour. As a gardener, you need to understand that what you do in your garden this season will significantly affect what your garden will look like in the next.

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6 on Saturday: A review of 2017 in the old house garden.

I was reading the usual 6 on Saturday posts which I love and Thomas posted about his 6 favourite garden successes of 2017. I thought I would join in too! The weather here in Wiltshire is very stormy with high winds and lashing rain so plans to start digging out the new pond will have to wait!

If you have not joined in with 6 on Saturday before you can find out more from its creator, The Propagator Blog.

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Six on Saturday: the realities of gardening in November.

Hello everyone and here is my Six on Saturday!

Six on Saturday was started over at The Propagator Blog so I try to join in when I can.

It’s very wet and rainy here and after a blustery walk with Dottie, I’m enjoying a cup of coffee before going to my daughters last EVER school hockey match. Where did that time go? We are off to Cheltenham so I thought I’d quickly take some pictures of my garden.

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5 Jobs for the Winter Garden

The Winter Garden is often ignored and I understand as it often wet, dark and cold at this time of year and the last thing you want to do is get into the garden to do jobs! However, getting outside in the winter is important for our health; it gives us a boost and keeps us fit. There are lots of jobs you can be getting on with in the garden in the Winter.

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