Friday, 18 October 2013

It's a lot of hard work but . . . .

The enjoyment the sweet peas that were grown in the park gave to numerous people from the local area - both visitors to the park and older people that had bunches thrust in their hands at their homes throughout last year:

Encourages me to do it again.

And if it's going to happen then the seeds need to go in NOW if they're going to be ready next June!

This year, rather than grow seeds that were given my Chiltern Seeds, these are specially chosen varieties. Potentially 110 plants. If you're going to work that hard - why not chose the best?

Next job:  clean the greenhouse out to give them a disease free home for the winter.

1 comment:

Chris said...

I will leave on a happy and humorous note.
They look so pretty almost as if they could have grown in Monet's garden.
That is all I want to do grow things and if I can ever fix my "charming" head inquire thusly to milking maids,bist du geil meine libst?,mochten sie bumsen.