Two Crazy Cockers - Formally known as Badger Boo's Daft Adventures. When we lost Badger Boo in August 2015 my heart broke and I lost the will to blog without him. I needed a little time off but I never intended to take so much time off. I soon realised when I came back that I needed to change my blogging style, keep things more relevant and cover more subjects. So here we are ready to share everything the dogs get up too, the ups and downs since my mum's stroke, plus the odd product review
As I've mentioned before we're a little behind everyone else, even though we started really early this year, we had a massive slug problem due to the floods and wet start to this year. For the first time ever we've had to resort to using slug pellets, not ideal, but it's so disheartening to lovingly grow your seeds into strong seedlings, prepare the ground and then plant them out, then to arrive the next day and find everything had been eaten, week's of hard work amounting to nothing. But as you can see from the pictures things are really coming along now.
These are my flower beds which are a first for us, but we wanted to attract Bee's, Butterflies and other insects, so far we've seen lots of Bee's and a few Butterflies, g0lad to be doing our bit to help the local wildlife.
Here's our Potatoes, Rhubarb and Cucumbers, we've had several harvests of Rhubarb already this year, the cucumbers have just started to flower even though they're still pretty tiny.
Next on our virtual tour are my Cherry Tomatoes, we have larger ones growing in the greenhouse, more Sweet Peas, Sweeetcorn and behind that is my Red Onions, one or two of them are huge already.
Himself had just been round with the lawn mower, the grass was pretty long because of not being able to get there since my knee operation for a couple of weeks, but it's all nice and tidy again now, just the way I like it.