Monday, 23 March 2009

Window Box Woes.


TODAYS WEATHER READINGS
Temp Low: 3C
Temp High: 11C
Feels Like: -6 to 5C
Precipitation: 0 mm
Wind Speed: 69 mph
Wind Direction: NW
UV Index: Low
Weather: Wind and cold .

MY WORK BOOK

See to the sheep
1) Took across some hay.
2) Checked and counted the sheep.

See to greenhouse work
Potting Shed
Indoors
Mon 23/03/2009 08:50
Mon 23/03/2009 10:00
70 minutes
Picked out 180 Petunia seedlings.

Seeing to a window box
Kitchen window
Pumpend
Mon 23/03/2009 10:00
Mon 23/03/2009 10:30
30 minutes
The wind blew off the window box during the night.

Shopping
Home
Indoors
Mon 23/03/2009 10:45
Mon 23/03/2009 11:45
1 hour
Ordering a few additional seeds.

Tidying
Potting Shed
Indoors
Mon 23/03/2009 11:45
Mon 23/03/2009 12:45
1 hour

Break for lunch
Home
Misc
Mon 23/03/2009 12:45
Mon 23/03/2009 13:30
45 minutes

Seeing to greenhouse work
Potting Shed
Indoors
Mon 23/03/2009 13:30
Mon 23/03/2009 15:00
1.5 hours
Picked out 180 Petunia seedlings.

Feeding
Lawn
Main Garden
Mon 23/03/2009 15:00
Mon 23/03/2009 16:45
1.75 hours
Applied some liquid feed to the grass where the worst of the chaffer grub damage is in the hope it will help the grass recover a little.

Clean and put away the tools
Potting Shed
Indoors
Mon 23/03/2009 16:45
Mon 23/03/2009 17:00
15 minutes

COMMENTS FROM THE POTTING SHED
Red Clover I will tell you how to take geranium cuttings in a blog post on my other blog, it’s the same as taking Dahlia cuttings. I took the pics for the post the other day but I’m not in much of a mood for this at the moment but I will get too it as soon as I can.
The Weaver of Grass I agree with the farmer although its not really the best way to treat a climbing rose, I doubt any harm will come of it though. More likely it will encourage it to put out lots of new growth.
Jeanette Maybe you can show us some pics of your primula’s when they get to flowering.
dinzie Our temps have cooled down no end over the weekend, today has been bitter because of the strong wind from the north west.

1 comment:

The Weaver of Grass said...

Poor old sheep - they must be fed up with hay and longing for the grass to grow. Some days here it smells as though it is growing, but can't see much evidence in the fields. Of course, the lawn is growing and it is too early to mow in case there is a sharp frost. Sods law as usual.