It’s been a crazy few weeks as I’ve tripped up and down the country from London to the Isle of Mull! First, there was a weekend in London, taking in RHS Chelsea Flower Show, before I scooted off to Mull for a week of wildlife heaven.
When I returned, I had to get my head down at school as it was exam week; but there was a treat in store, as I had a cheeky visit to RHS Chatsworth Flower Show.
I’m rather goosed, but I’ve had great fun!
It’s a speedy blog, mainly ‘cos I want to spend today in the garden planting up some new stuff we bought at RHS Chatsworth. So, I’ll be using my social media posts to give you a snap shot of what I got up to. There was…..
A trip to the Natural History Museum
A wonderful day spent at Kew Botanic Gardens
RHS Chelsea Flower Show was totally epic. Here’s the moment I caught up with my fav garden designer, Mr Ishihara on his Artisan Garden
and here’s a selection of photos from the show
There was this golden opportunity to meet my social media friend, Dara. He writes a blog too – Young Fermanagh Naturalist – check it out!
Dara was over in Manchester for a conference, so we met up for a few hours and it was super cool.
We talked about our shared love of wildlife, with a bit of war hammer in the mix too!
I was a judge in the ‘Grow Green Planters’ competition at RHS Chatsworth Flower Show here’s a quick video I put together showing all the fantastic entries.
and here’s a selection of photos of the fantastic show
The community group I volunteer at, Operation Farm had some fantastic news, the ‘Young Operation Farmers’ have got some money to carry on doing what we’re good at – gardening, cooking and volunteering at community events 😜
It’s really great news ‘cos it will include sharing my ideas with other kids, about wildlife gardening, climate change and growing your own food. Totally cool
My next blog will be a full write up about the wonderful holiday I had in Mull!
Hope you’re enjoying the sunshine folks and your garden is bloomin’ lovely!