Very exciting day as I just started off my wormery with refesher kit which came this morning.
Let hope my 150 worms settle well into their new home and start munching away.
The Ipiggle has also been given the all clear from the vets so he's been allowed to go out again.
Lots of activity in my garden, busy marking out, building, rotovating and getting ready. Already marked out new veg patch, got the muck in and sectioned off what's becoming a small orchard Haha!, 2 raspberry, 2 gooseberries, 2 blueberries, a blackcurrant and an apple tree. Most in 45litre containers. Building a deck for the summerhouse and marking out a crazing paving path, hope to site various raised beds and containers along the way too. Looking forward to planting veg this year, had a good crop
Not bought a book for a least a day so I've invested a tenner in that Hungary Gap one in Feb's issue.
I think Im going to work on the DIY beehive I saw advertised somewhere as well.
Hoping to get to the lottie this weekend as well - no doubt rain will stop play
The I-pig now needs a tooth out and a scale and polish. Is he having any problems eating asked th vet - obviously not I said seeing as he's 6 kilos!
On the gardening front I have just planted up the first of the leeks and some more peas. It's a bit windy here so I'm suprised the greenhouse hasn't done one.
Had to take I-pig to the vets as he got into a fight last night and got bitten on the leg - he's off his tree on pain killers at the moment but still wants to go out. What a headcase.
The greenhouse is filling up with this years goodies - I am goingto really try and grow enough lettuces to eat this year as I always start well but end up forgetting to plant it every couple of weeks. Must do better
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