Hi I’m Millie!

Welcome to my blog. I’m usually found supervising my owner when she’s out making gardens look amazing. Here’s my dogs eye view on what she’s up to …

Back to Work!

So them indoors were so busy this holiday weekend lifting the green soggy stuff that I really don’t like. BUT – where is a girlie to sort out nature’s callings. I know I went on tiptoes very reluctantly, then did dreadful things to the grass, but what are you doing?

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Chilly Bank Holiday!

A trip to your local garden centre will see an array of all sorts of colourful bedding plants ready for the summer. But … frosts still loom and these tender plants still need to be kept under cover until the end of the month. Plant up a basket or summer pot but either place it in a greenhouse or tuck it up with garden fleece over night.

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Back to Work!

So finally it is warm enough for gardening dog to get her paws muddy. Lots of supervision. And help required in preparing this site for some prickly roses of all things! Thankfully just old thatch to pick up and a couple of Quail to keep in order. 🐾

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Sunny Sunday!

When the sun shines on a Sunday I’m like a kid in a sweetie shop; what to do first I’m my patch?
Planting up Dahlias and begonias is a nod to cutting flowers and great summer floral displays.

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Snowdrops!

Snowdrop (Galanthus) is a species of flower of over 20 varieties. It has historic valuable and true values, that represent rebirth and the power of overcoming issues in life.

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Keeping it seasonal

The chill of winter brings the joy of seeing wildlife depending on the garden. Planting trees, large shrubs and climbing plants provides necessary perches and security for birds tempted by the food we put out.

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