The garden is getting there after all the crap weather it may take a while to bring it back to life still have the back garden to do..i did have a treat a screwball ice cream but 100cals per pot and kept within my sugars it was so good! #sunshine#gardening#blueskies 💁🏻🌞🍦
So pleased with how my little garden plan is coming along! The semi circle on the left has just been grass seeded (by my fabulous Mum and Dad whilst I was in work 🙈) and the slate needs to be washed off and levelled out ☺️😍. Going to put a wicker round table and chairs in the slate arc at the front right and then raised decking at the back! 🤣 #growplantsgrow#gardening#sunshine#newgarden#blankcanvas#nolongerapigpen
“No medicine can equal the tonic of fresh air and vigorous exercise in the garden of the greatest of all physicians – Mother Nature.” 🌾🌷🌱This maxim is as relevant today as it was when it appeared in a 1910 garden journal, the same year this photo was taken. Keeping a garden journal is a great way to plan and also keep track of successes and failures. Writing down ideas throughout the seasons is easier than trying to remember after the last leaf has fallen. MU Extension’s “From Seed to Harvest and Beyond: Garden Journal and Calendar” is one such resource and how-to guide specifically for Missouri.