The pulmonaria is lovely! And your PSB is a much deeper shade of purple than mine. I'm not complaining, I'm just happy to have some. Hope you are doing well.
hello, could you please tell me the name of the plant on the top of the page for March 2019, I have been trying to find its name for years.
Pulmonaria officinalis aka Lungwort
Those hyacinths are beautiful, and I can imagine the fragrance! I usually water my alliums with a fish and seaweed fertilizer, and they seem to appreciate it. I hope you get the mice under control.
Regarding the mesh window - you could staple the felt part/strip (of felcro) to the plastic sheet. I don't think it would rip the plastic as it's reinforced.
That's an idea to rty out thank you. I have a spare piece of plastic to practice on first.. might be good for the "flap" cover in particular
Good you have joined the PSB Club for this year, Dave! Once the plants get going they usually go on for a few weeks
My PSB finally made something to eat, so I'm excited about that. Planting the tree is such a good idea. It's a living memorial that will no doubt be more beautiful each year.
Planting that tree was a good plan. You'll remember Abi every time you look at it - and maybe some of your neighbours will too. The wild weather has prevented me doing much in the garden so far too.
It's amazing you have rhubarb already! Things are still asleep here, though it won't be long.
Thank you Snowy... you can always visit if you'd like too x
I miss having frogs in my garden. Had them at my last house but not here - too many predators. The rosemary plant is fantastic; for me they're strictly a tender annual that doesn't overwinter inside
With your extreme weather there Trill, I am not surprised a Med herb like rosemary gives up in the Winter! We are lucky here it goes from year to year so gets quite large
Lovely & informative entry Kathy, I almost felt I was there with you 😘
So envious of everyone's PSB. Only about half of my plants produce sprouts so I've mostly given up on it. The plants are quite robust. Your rhubarb is gorgeous and isn't that red color attractive?