I get back in the community garden, harvest the fruit and veg and discover a rather unusual trombone squash.
I get a little stressed with RHS revision but many garden surprises bring me back to reality.
I meet a very friendly magpie and demonstrate bizarre things for my RHS exams.
The plants are getting tasty and that means lots of insects to discover! I've also been weeding, experimenting with mulch and thinning out snapdragons.
I've been dividing and planting out seedlings, pruning and admiring the beauty of nature (as always).
My first year of discovering permaculture has been so rewarding and it's changed my life forever. Here's how...
It has been a strange month with my usual schedule thrown out of wack, but there's always something to be sown or divided at this time of year!
If you're working from home or self-isolating a window sill can provide a much-needed distraction. What will you put on yours?
Gardening has provided a much-needed sense of connection in a time of isolation. I've been identifying seeds, learning about right angles, double digging, mulching gooseberry shrubs, experimenting with micro greens and preparing my greenhouse!
I took my Permaculture Design Course at Daruma Eco Village in Thailand and it was one of the best times of my life.