A round up of Fenland photos from yesterday.
The last four eggs from our chooks. At the rate that the YFG is eating omelettes, they'll all be gone today! I shall have to start buying them from my friend who has lots and lots of chooks...
This was the chicken run area which we tore down last summer, and it has Finally been laid to lawn with seed this week. UJ has done the bulk of the work but I am tasked with remembering to water it twice a day unless it rains. Remembered every day so far!
Raspberries are flourishing - and sending up new shoots everywhere very enthusiastically.
No idea what these are but the EFG grew them from seed last spring and they have survived the winter and are showing us their gorgeous blooms again!
We all think this looks like a heap of antlers but actually it is the heap of all the old lavender bushes that I have dug up. UJ will bring some loppers this week so that we can cut them up a little more to be able to take them to the skip in bags.
Courgette seedlings just popping through - love courgettes!
I also started to take down the other chicken runs yesterday but it is a big job. I took the "before" photos of the runs and will wait until the "after" photos are ready before I reveal the change - that will be some time away!
Really hoping for another good day weather-wise today so that I can continue to potter in the garden - I feel so much brighter and better for being able to spend time outside. Fresh air and gardening are good for the soul.