I’ve really enjoyed the first week of the #30dayswildchallenge for the Wildlife Trusts and have been sharing my photos on Instagram. If you are unsure what this is find out more here. It’s not always been easy to fit in new experiences around work so on some days, I have been posting things from the Old House Garden.
I’ve decided to try the 30 days Wild challenge this year. This is something that I wanted to take part in last year but found I was too busy. This year I am determined to do this even though I’m busy so will try to take a photo everyday and post it on my Instagram account. I will also post a blog post now and then to try and roundup what I’ve been up to. If you would like to take part take a look here .
Hello everyone and I’m a little late with my Six on Saturday but we have been ultra busy today. We have visited RHS Cardiff this morning, had lunch at Tredegar House on our way home, had a quick look at the house and gardens and then home for some gardening in this glorious sunshine! It’s been 17 degrees this afternoon in Wiltshire so we felt energised to get in the garden for the last few hours of the afternoon.
If you are unfamiliar with the meme, Six on Saturday, take a look at The Propagator Blog for the participant guide.
It’s been 2 weeks since my last round up and I’m going to take a 2 week blogging break so this will be my last post for a while.
The garden is in it’s prime at the moment. My Mother in Law is here to stay and I’m so pleased she has brought the sunshine with her!
Read more “The Old House Garden Round up. 14th July 2017. It’s all about sunshine!”
It’s been a few weeks since I posted about The Old House Garden. It goes so quickly! There have been lots of subtle changes in regards to growth of the plants we have and some larger changes too! We have enjoyed boiling hot and dry weather here in Wiltshire with rain coming in tomorrow. I have been using the water in the Water Butt to keep the garden looking gorgeous but we are in need of the rain that is forecast as the soil is so dry.
Read more “The Old House Garden Round up: 27th June 2017. It’s all about colour!”
I make no secret of the fact I love gardening and helping local wildlife in my garden. I love that we have hedgehogs, toads, frogs, newts, slow worms, butterflies, bats and bees in the old house garden. I do not use chemicals at all and always try to find other, organic ways to overcome pests or problems.