How many times have I been getting round to doing this post, but never actually doing it!
I don't know about you, but at this time of year I have such great intentions to sow rows and rows of seeds and watch them all sprouting, transfer them at the right time in the right spot and take glory in all that I've done...........in reality I start off with a few seeds, they sprout, then wither and die............
Help! - any budding gardeners out there? Do you go for the simple approach and plant seeds directly where they will eventually flourish or do you do all the pricking out business?
I try and go for the direct approach, but end up having to transfer them anyway which is so frustrating.........
I really, really want to succeed this year and I'm starting on the right foot as I've got a few on the go -
dill, rocket and chrysanthemums are here
Maybe I should just stick to a spot of armchair gardening instead!
Hands up - who's off to Country Living next week?