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Gardening rocks!

Hi everyone, long time no post an article.

I've re-established my vegetable patch at the bottom of my garden. What I've done is turned the soil over, taken out all the weeds and potatoes from yesteryear, cleared the way for new seeds to be sown. Will post some pics soon showing what I've achieved there.

Am waiting a couple more days for the frosty mornings in the UK to well and truly disappear before I sow any seeds.

Just thought I'd share with you this fabulous offer I had - a pack of 25 Liatris but they must be planted soon as the sowing time is April/May. I think this weekend is going to be THE weekend they get planted. This won't be placed in the veggie patch but rather in a border area I have which is looking a bit bare after I had to remove a tree some years ago as it had died.

Will be back next time with an update on how my veggie patch is coming along.

Everyone else busy getting their fingers dirty too?


Image Credit » Picture is my own taken by me with my camera

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Comments

agvulpes wrote on April 30, 2015, 7:04 AM

When I first read your title I thought to myself "Why would anyone want to garden rocks" ? Then I got it ! lol
We are just heading into winter and the soil is cooling off quickly so not much planting going on out here in Australia.
I am not familiar with Liatris but they look nice from the image :)

wolfgirl569 wrote on April 30, 2015, 9:54 AM

We are waiting a few more weeks to try and be past the last frost here. But soon will be in the garden

ViperGirl85 wrote on May 2, 2015, 12:21 AM

I cannot wait until my brother-in-law starts gardening in the backyard. We live in the city, with a cement yard, but he build a spot against the fence for gardening. :)

Sailorchronos wrote on June 4, 2015, 12:17 PM

I inherited my mother's green thumb and I enjoy working in the garden when I can. My main garden contains hosta, white daisies, black-eyed Susan, and lavender. Next to our fence is a clump of Fulva day lilies.