Thursday, 5 February 2009

pots,pliers and plastercasts

I have started to save up used washed yoghurt pots and packaging trays (like tomatoes come in from the supermarket) as cheap containers to sow seeds in in spring. also if you've got any old plant pots give them a good scrub to get any traces of soil off and sterilise them in the dishwasher or in a bucket of sterilising fluid. More snow here doesn't look like I'm gonna get to the allotment-argh. I was going to try and change my plastercast as it is so uncomfortable. Now do I risk getting to the hospital and getting stranded there by the snow. Harbouring fantasies of getting pliers to plaster to make more room but just know it would go horribly wrong so i am going to be a good girl and get the bus up there. Hoorah snow how changed to rain- how sad I think that's a good thing. It's a sign of the times is now going through my head now who sang that.......


  1. Hi!
    I am saare-snowqueen on LJ.

    I just looked at your blog and wanted to thank you for reminding me that I need to start doing something about amassing small conditioners for seedlings. We may have snow covered fog this week but spring will come and I need to start getting ready for it.

  2. Thanks for dropping by. have visited yours too and enjoyed the beautiful walks you've taken.
    Snow covered fog sounds v challenging.