It may only be mid May, but summer has arrived.
In my early training years to become a gardener we were taught how to garden by the book. There was a good practise guide for all crops and if you followed it precisely you would get exhibition standard results.
It’s the time of the toad. Signs have gone up beside the pond at the foot of the suburban hill warning stravaigers to watch out for amphibians underfoot.
The Spring/Summer season schedule at Perth Concert Hall and Perth Theatre has been announced.
It sounded like a good idea at the time.
Audiences at Pitlochry Festival Theatre will be transported to Chicago, Rydell High School and the Land of Oz over the coming months.
So, that has got rid of the backward spring then.
As cold winds continue to delay a decent spring day, plants grown under glass and now needing to harden off are having to be patient.
Rachel, husband Chris and her bother-in-law Andrew run Ballintaggart Farm in Perthshire
Spring is long overdue, and this feature on spring flowers had to be put back a couple of times as spring flowers were hard to find.