I had a busy week which ended yesterday with my local horticutural society show. It was a most enjoyable day, although a long and tiring one. I shall do a post all about it, probably later on during the week.
As well as being busy it’s been a good week as I received two gardening books. One was from the publisher whilst the other was from Veg Plotting, both of which I shall read then review here. VP also included a bookmark note where she wrote…Flighty, I hope that enjoy this as much as I did. It’s great to be able to send this to you as a small thank you for everything you do make the virtual world a friendlier place. Best wishes, VP! PS It seems weird to call you by your actual name, so I hope that you don’t mind me still calling you Flighty!
I also managed to do a fair bit of plotting, and now really need to do a post about the various successes, and failures, of this year’s vegetables.
On the plot there is this single, very striking, sunflower which is less than three feet tall with a saucer sized flower, but it’s tucked away almost out of sight.It’s a helianthus annus Sungold, which as you can see has a most unusual double flower.
I now need to catch up with various things, as well as reading and commenting on blogs and forums, so it looks like I’m going to have another busy week!