Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Wordless Wednesday

A lovely day for a bit of pottering, pot washing and potting up some new arrivals!





30 comments:

  1. No words needed .. all looking lovely.
    Kate x

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  2. lovely I could smell the geranium leaves from my desk at work! Reminds me of my nan :-) Amanda x

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  3. That's a lovely big greenhouse you have !

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  4. Your green house looks like such a lovely place to hang out! Starting to think I need one...

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  5. Wonderful way to spend an afternoon, looking lovely... and peaceful xx

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  6. A lovely way to spend a day xx

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  7. Such a well organised greenhouse, you do look well prepared for spring and summer! Sarah x

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  8. Beautiful! these pictures come straight from my heart

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  9. Gorgeous. But what a lot to keep watered!

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  10. A perfect sort of day - sadly I was in the office for most of it!

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  11. Ooh, envious of your lovely greenhouse and glad you had a great time "pottering" about. Take care.

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  12. All those plants look wonderful. I see a gorgeous garden coming soon.
    Anne xx

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  13. Wow Debbie, I love your greenhouse. It is great to have on. It seems that you have a lot of Pelargoniums.

    Sigrun

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  14. I do like your green house, love the storage box with the pastel jugs on the top. My Sweetpeas were planted on my windowsill, they're six inches high but I think it's too early to put them out so how do I stop them growing leggy? Love your finished quilt, so pretty.

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    1. Yes too early yet. They wouldn't survive a frost. Pinch out the main shoot so they grow more bushy, you can do this a couple of times and you'll get more flowers later.

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  15. Such a lovely, organised space. I'm working out in mine tomorrow and need to organise for more growing space! Have a great rest of week! x

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  16. I love the auspicious signs of early spring, the rows and rows of green sprouts popping out of pots, thank you for sharing! Chrissie x

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  17. It is lovely seeing all your plants doing so well. It so enjoyable pottering around in the sun at this time of year.

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  18. Isn't it lovely to be outside enjoying the sunshine and pottering around . Happy Spring. Judy

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  19. So lovely and tidy - how nice to have some sunshine.

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  20. Debbie, the mail is comming back. Do you have a new adress?

    Sigrun

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    1. No, I haven't changed anything. Is there a Hotamail problem? xx

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  21. Here I am making an effort to comment - I have always loved your greenhouse it looks such a nice place to be. Mine is now officially full I have run out of space and am beginning to panic. Help.

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  22. Loving picture, looks like everything is thriving
    Clare x

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  23. Oh, your greenhouse looks sublime - and very big!

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  25. Nothing like a it of quality greenhouse time. Looks very promising for summer! Have you got heating in your greenhouse? I have not so at the moment the kitchen is overflowing with seedlings, cuttings etc. Looking forward to move them all outside! Anna x

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    1. I do have a small fan heater to keep the frost off over winter, It's just enough to keep things alive ready for the spring.

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