More signs of spring in the garden

There are more and more splashes of colour in the garden now.

Hyacinths growing through pulmonaria

Anemones with primulas

A pot of vinca

Raspberry canes on the veg plot

T had bought too many raspberry canes for the allotment. He wanted just one row of canes so he gave us the spare ones. We decided to plant a row of canes at the back of the veg plot. We aren’t sure if they have enough space here but we are going to try it and see how it works out.

We like the idea of a few permanent plants on the veg plot so are planning putting in some strawberries on the opposite strip at the top. That way the top portion of the veg plot will be filled all year round. We don’t need so much space as we will have produce from the allotment as well as the garden.

We have never grown raspberry canes before so this will be an experiment. It would be great to have some fruit from the garden. It will be interesting to see what this summer brings.

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6 Responses to More signs of spring in the garden

  1. Sophie says:

    I used to love my raspberry canes in my old garden – I think raspberry canes are really attractive!! xx

  2. Carol says:

    This is my first time growing raspberry canes so it’s all new but I am looking forward to seeing how they turn out. I have hopes that they could be great. Time will tell. xx

  3. Amy Sanchez says:

    Oh, so lovely. We have some of the same plants in our gardens.

  4. Carol says:

    Wow! I love that in a different country you have some of the same plants.

  5. marion says:

    Lovely to be able to pick your own fruit, as well as veg. the garden looks pretty.

  6. Carol says:

    It will be lovely to have fruit from the garden. We have never had raspberries in the garden before. We did have strawberries in a hanging basket but gave up as we could only pick one strawberry each at a time.

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