Creating a Herb Garden with Sutton Seeds

Creating a Herb Garden with Sutton Seeds

When I lived in previous garden I had a whole border reserved for herbs. I’d get to enjoy their aroma every time I hung my washing out, or sat on the patio enjoying a drink after work.  Ever since I’ve moved in with Daddy P, I’ve been meaning to organise… Continue reading »

Project 365 2015 Week 21

Project 365 2015 Week 21

I’ve been joining in with Project 365 since the start of 2014, and been inspired by The Boy and Me to make sure I take a Photo A Day, Every Day, For A Year! She needs to take a break from the linky to concentrate on family and work, so… Continue reading »

Green fingered Monkey

Green fingered Monkey

We had some successes in the garden last year and some disasters!  Monkey grew some lovely cucumbers, our apple tree gave us our first 4 home-grown apples and we had wonderful sunflowers again.  But not everything in Monkey’s garden grew.  We gave him part of our garden to turn into… Continue reading »

Monkey gets planting with Sutton Seeds

Monkey gets planting with Sutton Seeds

My Mum has always been a keen gardener and I grew up surrounded by plants of all descriptions.  One company name that I remember from my childhood is Sutton Seeds. Not only do they sell seeds these day, but they also supply plants, fruit trees and gardening equipment.  We had… Continue reading »

Gardening with Monkey – veggies and flowers #HDYGG

Gardening with Monkey

We decided to have a home day on Bank Holiday Monday, we’d had a busy day on Sunday at Polesden Lacey (more on that soon) and Monkey had a swimming lesson in the afternoon.  The sun was out, it was a perfect excuse to do some gardening with Monkey. We… Continue reading »

Monkey in the garden #CountryKids

Monkey in the garden

You may remember that we had a Sunflower growing competition here last year and Monkey grew his own veggies for the first time. I love seeing Monkey in the garden, he gets so excited planting things and watching them grow.  My parents would be very happy, I’m sure I wasn’t… Continue reading »