Part of the enjoyment for me of being in my garden, is the fact that I can get closer to nature. I love hearing the birds sing, and seeing the friendly Robin when i’m digging in the dirt. Birdhouses can help encourage birds into your garden, provide an important function and also look incredibly pretty.
Yay it’s officially the first day of Spring! Spring is my favourite season, and for me it signals the start of being able to spend more time in my garden. Today also marks the first day of my new guest post series, Get in Your Garden! which will include weekly guest posts to encourage you to get outside and enjoy your garden as much as I enjoy mine.
With spring nearly upon us, I am starting a weekly guest post series called Get in Your Garden!. The aim is to encourage individuals, children and families to get outside and enjoy their garden, however large or small. Posts will range from how to tutorials, hints and tips, garden inspiration and family fun activities.
I love growing things in the garden, and whilst I have been a bit slack this year, my herb garden is still growing strong. I love the fact that with minimal maintenance I can grow fresh herbs to use in the kitchen, and with a little bit of effort I have enough to last the whole year. This is the method I use to preserve my chives for an all year round supply.