The Corona virus has dominated life this month and I almost didn't add a diary entry for March for obvious reasons. There's not much to say except that I am trying to take one day at a time and reminding myself to be thankful for what we do have. We are so lucky to have a lovely garden for the children to play in and we are still able to chat to our neighbours through the hedge. We will get a lot of DIY, gardening and vegetable-growing done and make the most of every bit of sunny weather to get out into our garden.
This week, I've been sowing lots of hardy annuals and I'm currently hardening off my autumn-sown cornflowers, wallflowers and sweet peas for planting out.
I've also been working on getting my 1:1 'Grow Your Own Cut Flowers' workshops into a suitable format to allow anyone who has an interest in growing some flowers to cheer themselves up or would like a new hobby to access the workshop online.
Please enjoy these photos of what is looking good in the cutting garden this month. I'll be adding photos of my cut flowers every day over on Instagram and Facebook so please follow me to keep up to date!