What a beautiful morning to wake up to! This week the forecast is dominated by high pressure, strong winds on Monday easing from Tuesday onwards, but it should be dry and sunny during the days, about 10 degrees with chilly nights. Friday some early showers with northerly winds, turning once again very cold and frosty nights at the weekend!
Slowly catching up with the chores which seem endless including the hoeing which never got done, deadheading daffodils, some perennials to divide and split followed by a good watering.
My sowings of various seeds have germinated quite well and some are ready to prick out and pot on when they have two seed leaves.
We have some grass seed to sow which is a good time just now with some mild days to come.
On the Gooseberries and Redcurrants we will prune out any inward and crossing stems to (try to) achieve an open goblet shape.