I haven't been here in ages *slaps wrist* and this is only a fleeting visit.So much to do at this time of year.We've had good harvests generally, a glut of Plums and Apples and our very first Melons…Continue
"according to the bee keeper who came to look at our hive its a very common thing but most people will rarely see it as they tend to use existing sites you'll only really notice it if they find a new site out in the open somewhere. the bee…"
"there are lots of different types of bees and they like different types of spaces and they are all swarming as usual. if you have them try and leave them alone as there good for your garden and usually don't cause any harm. if you do need to…"
"The guy in the know at Forde Abbey in Dorset said the bees have been behaving strangely this year, I read a story today about a householder who has four bird boxes for Tits but has had three of them occupied by Bees, I am sure the…"
"Crumbs! It's been longer than I thought - this is a new group to me, and great to find other Blogs :)
I'm Mo :)
My blog is not dedicated to gardening but I do a fair few garden posts - you'll find the amongst the chicken and pig posts…"
Welcome Mo! I like your snowy picture-this must mean only one thing, you have not been able to get to your allotment and you could not pull your parsnips or pick your sprouts for Christmas! That's my story anyway from snowy, frozen Bridlington. A Happy New Year to you all and wonderful vegetable dreams for the future. I am wondering how to spend my £20 gardening voucher I got from a thoughtful Santa.