Saturday, 18 June 2016

Slugs Delight!!

Well that's what the weather has been just lately, lovely for the slugs!!

I guess it's helped the gardens grow too, especially the weeds!

I desperately need to weed....and sort out plenty of other things too but right now as it's been a while i will just share with you whatever I happen to have on the camera...let's take a look!!

So I finally got round to painting the shed
and got my signs up!!

Fun Signs.

Fun Signs.

Fun Signs.

Fun Signs.

Also got the plants in the greenhouse
potted on, hopefully they will do well!

Chilli and bell peppers.

Cucamelons.
So apparently I did remember to take some photos, this was just out of one file on the camera. I haven't opened the others yet but I think I will save them for another day.

Life's been busy with lots to do and still to be done but i am confident that I'll get there and with the weather showing to be dryer for the next week I am hoping to get some decent time down the allotment!!

See you soon with more pics.
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12 comments:

  1. We were only saying yesterday that we think some plants are suffering from the low light levels and so are not growing as fast as they should.m

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    1. Hopefully the sun will come visit us soon!!

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  2. I need one of those Weeds For Sale signs. I'd make a fortune.

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    1. No one seems to want to buy mine!!

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  3. we've had wonderful weather here. I'll see if I can send you some :) I like those signs

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  4. I'm hoping for some better weather, we're heading down to Cornwall next weekend on holiday. Your garden looks lovely and tidy, our grass desperately needs cutting but it's just been so wet that we haven't had chance. Love your fun signs.

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    1. Hope the weather picks up for your hols. The only reason the garden looks so tidy is because it's artificial grass

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  5. Looking good. I had a half hearted attempt to weed earlier on, thankfully the rain saved me! x

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  6. My attempts to grow chillis have failed to date. Just too cold I think. Do you use a heated propogator to get yours started?

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    1. I just sow my chilli seeds in a pot in the greenhouse. I have never had germination problems with them and always get a good crop, unlike with celeriac!!

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keep it clean...keep it relevant...I look forward to reading your comments!!