13 March 2012


It’s a leap year, and there’s some interesting gardening folklore that goes along with it. Apparently you shouldn’t plant new fruit trees today – if you do they will only bear fruit once every four years. Broad beans planted today would grow upside down, and peas and beans would grow the wrong way in their pods havent a clue what that would look like ha ha
 a lovely saying, which I have seen used mainly by gardeners in the US, about perennial plants – that in their first year they ‘sleep’, in their second they ‘creep’ and in their third year they ‘leap’.ANYBODY KNOW ANY MORE

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