April 12, 2013 by Hannah
The recent warm weather lulled me into a false sense of summery security, and I rashly went out and bought a light flimsy greenhouse to see my tomatoes through the summer months.
The more recent inclement weather happily displayed just how flimsy my little greenhouse was, when I found bits of it being buffeted around the garden by the wind the next day.
Given that the greenhouse will be unusable until warmer and milder months (maybe), I’ve reached new depths (or perhaps heights) in finding space indoors for my seedlings. They now cosily occupy the kitchen beam.
I’m going to close with a picture of one of my favourite animals on the farm. Horace, our turkey has been looking magnificent recently, puffing himself up and emitting ear splitting ‘GOBBLE GOBBLES’, which I think is what male turkeys do when they’re feeling frisky! I only wish that he’d repeat this behaviour when he saw his girlfriend, and not his own reflection in the kitchen window.