There are signs of life out in the garden, and one of them is even me from time to time. I got some weeding done last weekend, enough for a good layer of greens in the compost heap, but I soon retreated indoor, cold tootsies. Six things, in the garden, on a Saturday. Could be anything, you decide.

Here are my Six for this week.

1 – Finished compost. Last weekend I turned one much larger bay of finished compost into my two smaller bays which are now nearly full. This should be enough to mulch the borders and the veg beds.

2 – Straggly sweet peas. I sowed these back in October. I’ve largely ignored them over the winter. I should really pinch them back to a few leaves each. I should not be short of sweet peas this spring.

3 – Wisteria, overdue a prune. I really must get around to the winter prune. I need to take all these longer side shoots back to two or three buds. A job for this weekend, weather permitting.

4 – Hakonechloa mac. All dried up, no sign of new growth yet. It’ll come though. I don’t think it’s terribly happy where it is, but it is getting larger each year, albeit at glacial speed.

5 – Disappearing hose. Rather untidily I have just left this lying around for months, the grass is gradually saving my blushes. I shall probably be rewarded with leaks.

6 – Iris sibirica. Sown from seed a few years ago I now get flowers from them every year. They end up getting swallowed up by surrounding plants but I enjoy them while they last. Right now they are just emerging. I should probably divide them or something. Next year perhaps.

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I’ll be back next weekend for another #SixOnSaturday.