A post for Summer

Well how time flies!  It is always a telling moment that you have spent too long away from the blog when WordPress have updated how the dashboard looks in your absence – oops!  Anyway, as I’m sure other gardeners reading this will agree, why be indoors blogging about your garden when you can be outdoors in it?  And so I have; it would have been rude not to, given how fabulous the weather has been since late June.

So not a great deal to write here as I want to try to avoid a great big catch-up type of entry today (I have flowers to pick and pots to water).  I’ll save that sort of review for a dark and wintery afternoon later in the year, when recalling Summer will transport me back to the glory days, instead here are some photos of the garden and the allotment, and the results of my work so far this year.  I hope you like them.

The allotment, one year on and it's come a long way!

The allotment, one year on and it’s come a long way!

#britishflowers - cut from my garden
#britishflowers – cut from my garden

Box spirals in the garden
Box spirals in the garden

A bucket of #britishflowers cut from my allotment

A bucket of #britishflowers cut from my allotment

Planning for next year...

Planning for next year…

About Sara Davison

I've been gardening as long as I can remember; initially as a child, learning from my mother, and then with each successive garden I've owned, I've expanded my knowledge and my plant collection. Starting Spring 2014 I'm taking my first steps as a flower farmer, growing British flowers for cutting on an acre of rented farmland in the Surrey Hills.
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1 Response to A post for Summer

  1. Ian says:

    What are you harvesting in the plot at the moment?

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