Wednesday, 20 April 2011

WOYWW - Sowing the Seeds

It's WOYWW time again!
This time last week I thought for sure my sore throat and cold would have vanished by now but sadly not!!! Well.....the sniffles are better....but the sore throat is definately still here ;(
I've done my best to fight through it and at last I've sown my seeds in trays.....a bit late (though not as late as last year) but I'm sure they will catch up eventually....especially with the fab weather we are having :)

If you click the photo to enlarge you can see some lettuce, marigolds and pansy seeds have already come through and I only sowed them on Sunday!
To see what other ideas are germinating across the globe go visit Julia and be amazed!
Thanks for to stay and chat but the sore throat is telling me not to!!! LOL
xoxo Sioux


  1. Isn't it exciting planting tiny seeds and watching them spring into life :-)
    Hope the sore throat is much better very soon.
    A x

  2. Love your WOYWW - seeds are exciting - I just can't wait to see what will grow!
    Lots of hugs,

  3. I love your repurposed germination trays - what a good idea - and do get better soon.

  4. Oh how I love to watch my seeds grow too. Yours are looking fab andI do hope your sore throat is better soon (this warm weather should help ;0)

    love Dawn xx

  5. Great things from little seeds grow - good luck with your garden! I am sure you can be forgiven for being late sewing last year, my friend...
    Thanks for your comments.

  6. This is a morse code message so as not to use your throat. I want to be in Devon in the sun.
    Hugs Joanne xx

  7. I should be seed sowing but have I lol I better get a wriggle on....yours are looking good.Hope the sore throat eases soon x

  8. They'll soon catch up in your part of the world. Isn't it exciting. :) We bought some sunflower seeds yesterday & some peppers for Tom!

    Hope your sore throat improves soon.xx

  9. Forgot to say.. Great WIN for Burnley :D

  10. STILL got it -that was one baaaaaadddddd cold!
    Take care
    Rebecca (44)x

  11. Glad you are on the mend. Never thought to use those trays for my seeds, next time! :)

  12. Lots of fun things to do outside here. I got the tomatoes, peppers, and onions in. Think the beans, peas, and corn will be planted today. I love gardening all most as much as my crafting. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #28

  13. That's so satisfying when you see them start to sprout! I see you use old fruit lids as propogators too - we do that too. Yesterday though it was so hot in the greenhouse we nearly lost all the alyssum seedlings - poor things were being baked alive! I'm not complaining about this glorious weather though, it's fantastic isn't it! I am complaining a little bit though about my sore throat (snap!!). Hope you have a good Easter xxx

  14. Hi ya
    glad your feeling better, oh i do miss playing in my greenhouse, use to luv doing all my seeds, im sure they will soon shoot up in the heat,thanks for the mooch, happy WOYWW, sue,x

  15. They'll soon catch up, Sioux, this weather will have them through and growing in no time. I love your recycled little greenhouses.
    Sorry to hear you're still struggling with your cold, hope it finally disappears very soon.
    Hugs Lisax

  16. Hope your throat is better. I am off down to Wipso's to plant up her veg patch tomorrow!!

  17. take care of your self ...I have just got rid of a really bad chest that followed a very sore throat. I recomend hot toddies (whiskey lemon and honey topped up with hot water.)
    I look forward to seeing the results of your labours

  18. Great WOYWW post! Good for you on growing your own seeds! I hope you feel better very soon!
    Happy WOYWW!
    xoxo Karen #43

  19. Such a different WOYWW blog from the usual - I really enjoyed reading about your seeds but not that your sore throat is not getting better. Hope you soon start to feel well again. Have you tried gargling with salt water?
    Hugs, Neet x

  20. Morning - looks like you have been busy! I too spent some time in the garden yesterday (shock horror as I rarely go out there apart from rescuing a football or light saber (dont ask) from a tree) - but I managed to fill our green wheelie bin with some bushes I hacked down - very pleased with myself! How are you getting on with your manufactured stamps?

  21. My son would love you. He has a garden the size of a postage stamp, but his veggies he has to grow! He has always had something growing somewhere - he started when he was only 18 months old and has not stopped since - he even works for a landscape architect!
    He has such green fingers that I think he would even get a broomstick to grow LOL


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