Tag Archives: currant bushes

Out with the neem spray

It’s that time of the year where I can do an hour’s work in the garden after work. So, now the wind has abated, I rushed out to direct sow some broad beans. Then I turned my attention to the … Continue reading

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We can breathe again

I learned today that the birds will seem to have disappeared at the moment because they are moulting. Certainly, I had noticed that they were less in evidence, so I decided it was time to lift the netting. For one … Continue reading

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Currants coming back to life

Over the winter, I watched the two currant bushes I had moved from a pot to a hugel bed in the forest garden. One seemed fine, while the other looked as though I might have killed it. They were only … Continue reading

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A new path

Work in the garden took a maximum of half an hour this morning. And was effortless after the digging I did yesterday. Originally, there was a path on the right hand side of the garden which was… useless. It was … Continue reading

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