Thursday, 12 March 2009

A Sowing Day

MY WORK BOOK

See to the sheep
Field
Misc
Thu 12/03/2009 08:30
Thu 12/03/2009 08:45
15 minutes
Checked and counted the sheep.

Reset the mole trap
Tower cottage
Public Gardens
Thu 12/03/2009 08:45
Thu 12/03/2009 09:00
15 minutes
One of the traps had gone off but the was nothing in it.

See to greenhouse work
Potting Shed
Thu 12/03/2009 09:00
Thu 12/03/2009 10:30
1.5 hours
Sowed
1) Petunia Light Lavender
2) Petunia Pearly.
3) Petunia Pink.
4) Petunia Baby Duck Yellow.
5) Dahlia Violet Shades.
6) Impatiens White.
7) Basil.

Break for tea
Home
Misc
Thu 12/03/2009 10:30
Thu 12/03/2009 10:45
15 minutes

Forking
West Shrub Border
Walled Garden
Thu 12/03/2009 10:45
Thu 12/03/2009 12:45
2 hours
Continued to fork over the shrub border.

Break for lunch
Home
Misc
Thu 12/03/2009 12:45
Thu 12/03/2009 13:30
45 minutes

Mowing
Lawn
Main Garden
Thu 12/03/2009 13:30
Thu 12/03/2009 16:00
2.5 hours

See to the bins
Hall
Misc
Thu 12/03/2009 16:00
Thu 12/03/2009 16:15
15 minutes
Put the black bins back and put out Franks recycle tub.

Forking
West Shrub Border
Walled Garden
Thu 12/03/2009 16:15
Thu 12/03/2009 16:45
30 minutes
Finished forking the shrub border.

Clean and put away the tools
Potting Shed
Thu 12/03/2009 16:45
Thu 12/03/2009 17:00
15 minutes

Close the greenhouses
Conservatory, Greenhouse
Thu 12/03/2009 17:00
Thu 12/03/2009 17:15 15 minutes

1 comment:

EB said...

Fantastic! It's nice to read of someone doing what I would like to do - and will do next year, I'm determined. This year I'm sowing whatever I've got and they're all either several years past their sow-by date or are mind-bogglingly mixed colours that come free with a magazine I have a gift subscription to.

I'm a convert to petunias - I used to be snobbish about them but a couple of years ago I bought 2 tiny plants of them and they were great, with some of that lovely silvery furry plant - helichrysum I think it's called.