It’s been a while since I’ve written in here. No particular reason – nothing sinister, nor anything exciting, I’m afraid.
Since I last wrote in here, I’ve bought a duvet cover, had the nicest meal I’ve ever had in a restaurant and been to Windsor Castle – what an exciting life I lead, eh?
At least spring is on the way. Pottering around in the garden, you don’t have to look too hard to see the daffodils and crocuses starting to peek up through the winter mulch. The snowdrops are already out in full force in some parts of the garden.
The other day, we spent a morning wandering around RHS Wisley in the cold. “Why?” you may ask. Well gardens at this time of year are rather dull. So, we took a trip to Wisley to see how the RHS manage to keep the garden interesting at this time of year.
Unfortunately, the answer seems to lie in dogwood and hellebores – neither of which we have the space to add into our garden just for a splash of winter colour.
So, I guess we’re stuck with a garden that’s all brown and sticky (*) at this time of year
(* sticky = containing lots of sticks)