Tuesday, 16 February 2010
It has been noticable over the last few weeks that the seasons are changing. For a few weeks I had been letting the chickens after I had taken Sharron down to the station in the morning, now it is light before we leave and they are fighting to get out. The other thing I notice at this time of year are the lovely sunrise skies we get here, like the one above which is a view across the fields behind the house. Unfortunately I am normally driving into them on the way back from the station which is not so good!
In the garden the bulbs are poking through and the seeds I planted in my greenhouse raised bed have germinated so hopefully I will have fresh homegrown salad in a few weeks. I am fighting back the urge to start planting things, I have some onion sets sitting on the desk in front of me, but I know its to early to put them out. What I will do in the next few days is to cover the ground with some black polythene to start warming the soil and surpress some of the weeds. I will also start mulching and digging in compost in the next couple of weeks.
Posted by Gary Davis