Saskatoons which are also known as Juneberries are relatively unknown in UK and as yet not grown commercially for fruit although a few nurseries stock them for sale to the public.
April flowers are dominated by daffodils in gardens, local authorities’ parks and open spaces and as cut flower in the home.
Although the spring flowers are just getting started we still need to look ahead to a plan of action to make sure the summer flowers will put on a great show.
It sounded like a good idea at the time.
Home grown tomatoes will always be so much better than those purchased from the supermarket.
A blooming marvellous time for spring bulbs has arrived in John’s garden
This year’s mild winter with warmer, dry, sunny days encourages us to take advantage of this and start seed sowing a week or so earlier than planned, and just hope there is no sting in the tail with a winter flurry and a cold spell as we head for Easter.
John Stoa is looking at the gardeners weather this week.
John is branching out into the world of flowering trees this week
We may be in mid-winter and as it’s a wee bit cold outdoors, and the first snow-flakes have arrived, so better to do some indoor gardening.