Spring has been delayed
Last week my annual reminder popped up on my computer – ‘time to start pruning the roses’. I looked at the snow lying in the garden, and thought, “not today”!
I’ve been looking forward to the arrival of spring, as my garden, like many others at this time of the year, is in need of attention. But a quick look at the weather forecast told me that we’re going to be hanging on to winter for at least another 10 days. With overnight temperatures forecast to be as low as Continue reading £1 Therapy
A date for your diary – 3rd March 2018 – 8pm GMT – Live on lds.org
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President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency and his wife, Sister Kristen M. Oaks, will be the keynote speakers at Family Discovery Day at 1:00 p.m. MST on Saturday, March 3, 2018. Attend or watch live on LDS.org from anywhere in the world.
It’s time to plan
The postman will, at this moment, be stuffing seed and plant brochures into thousands of letterboxes throughout the country. When we’re bundled up, bracing ourselves against ice-cold winds and wishing we were indoors, the garden is far from people’s minds. But it shouldn’t be. This is the time to start thinking “what can I do in my garden this year?”
Two brochures arrived on my hall floor this morning, tempting me with 10% off every plant, bulb and packet of seeds featured inside. Even more tempting are the glossy, richly coloured flowers – not a single caterpillar has munched Continue reading The Garden in 2018
These sessions are running at the Mitchell Library through dates in May and June, for all who might be interested. To book, call 0141 287 2999.