So much going on and so much to do. I didn’t really intend to add another post until we moved from Aberdeen.
Well you cant get featured on Gardeners world without talking about it.
I have started writing this and the programme wont be aired until tonight. At this stage I don’t know whether or not I will be hiding under the thickest shrub in the garden or commenting on the show. If this post gets published then you will know that I am at least reasonably content with the result.
The move is now only a couple of weeks away, and we now just want to get it all over with.
When I properly get started with my blog again next year, I will be keeping my aberdeen gardening website, however it will have a new subtitle.
(An Aberdeen Gardener in Cheshire)
Now, how am I going to go about showing you the clip from the show. Will i just add the whole show or will I be able to edit it in such a way that only shows our short clip. I say short clip but it did take the whole day to film it. Ah well if there is a link below you will know that I sussed it out, if not, well you wont have seen this post anyway.
Next time that I talk to you I will be in Cheshire where it is a little warmer, very fertile and very wet I am lead to believe.
Until we meet again, take care and have a great Christmas, (Alistair and Myra)
In the meantime if you want to see how we got on in Gardeners World click on the picture below. Its 13 mins into the show. I will find a way to replace this link with one more permanent. (At the moment it appears only to be viewable in the UK.)
Its not the end of Aberdeen gardening, however this is the last post coming to you from our present garden
Most of my regular followers will know by now that our house has been sold and we are heading south to Cheshire at the end of November. Continue Reading
Final countdown! a little dramatic, ah well our house is sold and we move out on November 29th.
The final two posts from Aberdeen will take a look at how the garden performed in 2013. Starting off with Spring and then closing the curtain on this episode of our lives with our Aberdeen garden in Summer.
Due to the reluctance of Spring to arrive the Daffodil February Gold had to wait until April before coming into bloom this year. Continue Reading
A finishing touch to the garden! Doesn’t really make sense, gardening by its very nature can never really have what we may think of as finishing touches.
.So, what’s going on. Well back in February of this year we decided on a little garden project. The idea was to give what was generally a utility and storage area a make over. Continue Reading