Quite lovely as ever, man how I want to join in here but alas I'm forced to take a break from gardening in general. My entire life has changed since the quake and subsequent nuclear disaster. My focus has changed to more pressing issues as I recover from the depression that's bugged me for nine months, I realize the triviality of my previous pursuits in the name of self indulgence.
So what's important to me now? My boys, my wife, my home and friends and my God and friends who has helped me though this most difficult time in my life. A changed man, a re-invented me knows what matters! However there will come a time when I can resume my pleasures with a whole new philosophy, I had to reach 64 to understand that!
Well that was a rattle and a half! That actually reveals a lot of truth and I'm gonna blush here
Love ya all,
Hi Helena. Lucky you, must have had a very mild winter! We had a very cold winter here with weeks of hard frosts, nothing has reseeded as yet unlike last year when I had to pull hundreds of seedlings out.
I've got a seedling I have, that tells me there may be many more to come! I don't want to grow any of my stock seed this year but volunteers will of course be nurtured. Perhaps I may have some interesting ones to show, who knows? Among a garden of weeds springs Mgs I look forward to summer!