Lost and found

I am sure we have a poltergeist in the house. Not the kind that screams and throws things at the walls but the kind that moves things about. As I’ve explained before on this blog, I’m mainly a vegetable gardener but I can’t resist sweet peas (or daffodils, roses or snowdrops). So I have a huge tin, a repurposed old fashioned tool box, in which I keep my vegetable seeds: and a much smaller and sedate little tin for my flower seeds – pictured at the top of this post. ¬†One day in early summer I was happily sowing flower … Continue reading Lost and found