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Sow seeds Saturday

It was a lovely dry sunny morning so I got out to do some gardening just after 10am. I managed to sow some Swiss Chard Bright Lights, lettuce + Cosmos, tidy the garden for two hours and fill three bags of rubbish; not bad for a mornings work. Oh and planted up the pansies I bought last week. Great timing as it's now pouring down with rain! I hope you have all had a nice Saturday morning. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Amanda x

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Jo said…
I haven't managed any gardening yet today, and it's looking like rain now so I don't know whether I'll get anything done or not. Sounds like you made the most of a nice morning.
eight by six said…
All the fresh air and walking the dog made me tired so I had an early evening nap on the sofa! It's turned colder again :(
mrsnesbitt said…
Definately older here today - we are due to go to Catterick - probably in the van - a bit too cold for the motorbike.
I want the garden rubbish to be burnt so my raised beds can be built! Being realistic I don't think it will be this year as we have so much on our plates and hubby is doing DIY stuff. Still managed to plant my potatoes in the small plot behind my greenhouse.
projectforty said…
Hi - have come here via a comment on my blog at projectforty - I read your title and it's a list of all the things I love! You've reminded me to sow some chard - thank you. Lovely photos.
eight by six said…
hi projectforty - thanks for popping by my blog. I've popped by yours to leave a little message. Amanda x

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