So what’s been happening your garden this week? Isn't June a fabulous month of colour as everything is looking lush and healthy in the garden? Here are my pick from the garden this week for #SixonSaturday!
Six on Saturday for a May Bank Holiday Weekend
This week has been all about new blooms which seem to have burst out everywhere!
Six on Saturday – Anticipation
February is a month of anticipation: Spring is not yet here but it is almost tangible, it's in the air and the garden is very slowly starting to wake up!
Support Your Plants
Don't despair if you are forever lamenting the tall plants in your garden flopping over or snapping, have a look at some plant supports which would suit the type of plant you wish to keep upright and fall back in love with height in your borders!
Companion planting is an organic method of growing two or more different plants together which will have mutual benefits to each other.
Squelching Into June
We've had monsoon like rain, which then coupled with a few warm, sunny days, has made the garden growth prolific! Everything is looking lush, green and healthy and we certainly won't be needing the watering cans for a while! Here are my pick this week for #SixonSaturday!
Six Signs of Spring on a Saturday
With the positively Spring-like weather we've been having recently in Glasgow, signs of hope are starting to abound everywhere! So that's the theme for this week's #SixonSaturday: signs of Spring!
Plant to Plate Herbs: Chives
Chives are one herb which not only taste great but smell divine and look fabulous!
Photograph Your Garden This Year
Never before has it been as easy to record the progress in your garden in a visual way at the touch of a button! I cannot shout enough about the value of photographing your garden regularly!
Six on a Saturday for October
On a Saturday, gardeners from around the world share six things from their garden in their blogs and on social media. It's a great way to see over the fence of what is going on in other people's gardens. I thought I'd share #SixonSaturday from my garden as we slide into October.