It is a whole year since I moved house and garden – amazing how time is flying! I had 2 moving days, one day with my house content where the huge lorry drove one trip with all my things from the house - and one day where the same lorry drove TWICE with all the plants from my garden. In my book that’s just the right priority!
This is how the garden looked the day after I had moved in. I took with me around 700 plants from my previous garden and got 100 crates for free from a company, and the crates turned out to be very useful for transporting the plants and storing them for a while in the beginning.
And here is the garden right now, after a whole year’s work. Still LOTS to do, lots to plant and many more ideas to try out, but I am getting there. One very noticeable difference is how late everything is now and how GREEN the garden was a year ago!
I have a movie from the garden for you today as usual, and today’s movie is in two parts with very different modes. I have used music from my homeland Norway this time, and I hope you enjoy it. As always, my movies are best viewed in HD in full screen.
The music was ‘In the hall of the Mountain King’ from Peer Gynt and ‘Sarabande’ from The Holberg Suite, both pieces by Edward Grieg.
That was it for today, next post is GBBD on the 15th May and I hope I will have lots of flowers to show you. Some sun and warmth will help, and especially getting warmer nights and mornings will do wonders. Even though I have had no snow in my garden this winter, and only two nights where it dipped just below freezing, it has still been the coldest 3 months I can remember in many years. I am ready for a change!
Until next time, take care.
I am linking today’s post to Helen at The Patient Gardener’s Weblog.