Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Dec/Jan garden moodboard

I am joining in with Karin's moodboard this month. Here is my December/January garden bits and pieces.
So what do we have?
Sort of left to right...Queen Anne's Lace, geranium, hydrangea, fuchsia, cornflower, lavender, thyme, viola, salvia and a dried Love in the Mist seedpod.

I have been doing a lot of gardening during my holidays, but there is still so much to do. The spring bulbs have left a lot of bare patches for me to fill and don't even get me started on the veggie patch. Nothing is doing well at all, so I have ripped plants out and have been digging in mushroom compost, sheep poo and our own compost. I am hoping to reap the rewards with my next veggie crops.
Busy, busy, busy!


  1. Oh this is lovely - so glad you decided to join! :) It's so much fun to see some flower-filled moodboards when we have winter here. :) Happy New Year!

  2. I'm about to give up on my vegetable patch for summer - a week of temperatures hovering around 40 degrees and above is not ideal!! Your flowers are pretty x

  3. Wow, your moodboard is lovely especially when we have winter....
    Happy New Year!

  4. Warm days and daylight saving means that I'm getting into the garden more. I must plant love-in-a mist next year, I forgot this spring! x

  5. I love all the colours. Here in the south of Sweden it's mostly grey right now

  6. Happy New Year Sarah!
    How lovely to see some summer flowers! No colour in our garden at the moment sadly!
    Gill xx

  7. We've just got home and I'm almost overwhelmed by how much there is to do (and how much got crisped in that heat wave)
    These photos are so pretty!


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