Wiggly Wigglers One edible hedge ordered for delivery on Monday. Mike has no option now but to get digging, I shall help of course. I have wanted a native type hedge for a long time now. It has taken me a while to find the right sort of combination. There are plenty of companies out there offering mixed hedges but not quite the combination I wanted. I came across this hedge pack on my search & when I read the following, there it was my ideal hedge - The plants you'll receive include:
Victoriana Nursery - Five yellow raspberry canes, two stupidly hot chilli plants which Mike wants to grow, one Samphire plant & Five Seakale plants/thongs thingamajigs. All ordered. I shall receive the yellow raspberry canes next week sometime & the remainder I think in April.
Now I have perused this site often but have never ordered, they will be getting another order in a couple of months for a Mulberry tree once I have the chickens in place. I have one yellow raspberry plant in the garden already & they are rather nice & a bit different. Since the fence was replaced which separates my garden from my neighbours in the back, I have a bit more space. Yellow raspberries seemed the way to go. The seakale is going in the same bed as the asparagus, globe artichokes as it is a perennial plant. The bed also houses the fruit bushes. The samphire? well why not. It will live in a pot watered with sea salt water.
Moreveg A lovely site which sells a wide selection of seeds most of which are priced at 50p. That didn't stop me spending over £20 though. In my defence I have a lot of seed packets coming for this season including a lettuce called Flashy Troutback, I couldn't leave it there with that name.
I am now pretty much sorted for this year apart from seed potatoes & compost I am absolutely positive that none of you are interested in Harry's video game which was very nearly the most expensive purchase. In fact it was the second.
Enjoy your day