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What's happening 2020
I added a wildlife pond to my front garden in March
I have started to build a living wall in our back garden in June .
Jenny and I have a difference of opinion. I think more is more and I Jenny thinks less is more. So I have given in and changes to our back garden are afoot. Gone are the hanging baskets. Three of the very large pots have been moved.
I will add pictures and more comments later.
Things that surprised me this year:
1. A Persicaria seedling has appeared in a wall basket.
2. A Canna has started to grow in a pot full of Zingiber Officialis.
3. A Colocasia Esculenta has started growing outside in our front garden with no protection. Not sure how it got there.
AUG. A SCHOOL APPROACHED THE RAYLAIGH HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY JUST PRIOR TO LOCKDOWN SO I WAS NOT ABLE TO GO IN.
I HAVE BEEN TO THE SCHOOL 7 TIMES DURING THIER SUMMER HOLIDAY BUT I HAVE TO WAIT FOR A DBS CHECK BEFORE I CAN GO BACK.
DBS CHECK RECEIVED NOVEMBER SO HAVE BEEN BACK TO THE SCHOOL.
HAVE NOT BEEN BACK IN 2021 YET. I HAVE PLENTY OF PLANTS TO TAKE SO CANNOT WAIT UNTIL I GET MY JAB.
I had planned to give a Gardening talk to a Ladies Group in Eastwood in June but that had to be postponed/cancelled. I offered to invite them at my garden as couples from the same household which started today 24 June. Two more tomorrow and the same next week. The ladies kindly donated £40 which I will pass on to SCAFT plus £10 for plant sales. Many thanks.
25 June I have since transferred £50 to SCAFT.
29 July I tranaferred £82 to SCAFT. With a further £29 sent to SCAFT in September, the total is £161 for 2020.
OCTOBER 2020: I APPROACHED PLANT HERITAGE WITH A VIEW TO HAVE A NTIONAL COLLECTION OF ARISAEMA. MY RESEARCH HAS STARTED AND I AM VERY EXCITED AT THE PROSPECT. SEE SECTION ON ARISAEMA.
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