- Jul 31, 2018
Cold and raining. Winter again. That was summer for the UK. One month of nice weather, now the jet stream is pissing all over us again. Oh well, it's good for the potatoes i suppose.
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Thank you! At the moment I'm literally growing weeds and local plants. I'd love to grow edibles but haven't the space, it's really just a glorified yard with some discarded pots. I scavenge everything.WOW! This is so great to hear!!!! I'm so happy to see your username pop up here. x
As for gardening, do you plan to grow food or just flowers and what not? I love gardens, but I would never be able to maintain one.
Pictures show quite a 'failure' there ....I failed on both counts.
Lol you'll be happy to know I'm learning about horticultural soil, composting and wormeries now. Hahahaha fits my OCD perfectly. Remember, I was an archaeologist so I can tell the difference between dark grey brown sandy loam and dark brown grey silty loam.Pictures show quite a 'failure' there ....
Welcome to Sanctioned Suicide , I'm sorry that your debilitating OCD-gardening (particularly soil obsessions) had brought you here . I can imagine you running around , holding your head between your arms , and screaming to the skies: "I need that ash woooooooood!" .
It really looks lovely , and quite a nice loot
I'd go crazy and do real commando planting -- flip soil inside and stick a plant X 10 . Bang it inside and throw it to the side
You're sticking it us. Sticking it!I find it therapeutic to share, but if it annoys anyone, as I say, just don't read it.
Sensible potatoes choose their soil with caution.I was an archaeologist so I can tell the difference between dark grey brown sandy loam and dark brown grey silty loam.