Two more weeks of exams and I'll be back in blog land catching up on your gardens. I really miss the opportunity to look over what you're doing, and e-chatting with some of the friends I've made. But study calls and this is the culmination of three years of being away from my family at nights sitting in a classroom. I can't wait for it to be over, but I can't chance cocking it up either.
My present from Alison last Christmas was my raised veggie bed. Putting in some veggies and seeing them come to fruition under my amateur ministration was the impetus for me to start gardening in earnest. Ernest took umbrage at this so I decided to use the yard to fulfill my garden needs. Some therapy later and Ernest and I are on talking terms again.
Keeping up with what is changing or evolving is made all the easier by joining Gardening bloggers bloom day thanks to May Dreams Gardens. It gives me the opportunity to take a nice monthly hard look at what is growing, what is struggling and what just needs to be moved or removed. It's a diary of what is happening on my little plot.
And now to the blooms.