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The Summer Season

The Summer Season is a very busy time for Gardening Club. We have been busy planting Impatiens, Busy Lizzie and some Marigolds. The hot weather has also meant extra watering!

Summer Planting

We have begun our summer planting by planting fuscia  plants. These should hopefully come back every year and can grow into pretty shrubs with lots of flowers.

We’ve been busy with more planting. Today we finished planting our Fuscia plants and we added Nicotianas to our wooden planters. 

More spring planting

We took part in Morrison’s Good to Grow scheme and we received these hanging planters and compost. We used them to plant some pansies.
 

 

 

Spring planting

Group A were busy planting Primulas in our wheelbarrow.

Clear up ready for spring

We have continued getting our planters ready for spring. Group B dug up all the weeds that have grown and put fresh compost into the planter. 

We have filled our planter with fresh compost ready for planting.

More bulb planting

We have put our brand new gardening gloves to good use. We have been busy planting tulips ready to bloom in spring.

Bulb planting

We have been planting tulips which change colour. We can’t wait to see how they’ll look.

Start of the autumn clear up.

Gardening Club have been busy clearing out the weeds.

More gardening club members have been busy deadheading the geraniums and digging up the weeds that have grown.

Spring time clean up.

Our autumn clear up continues with more gardening club members. We were busy deadheading the geraniums and digging up the weeds that have grown.

Some of our gardening club members have been busy with a spring time tidy up. 

Transplanting the sunflower seeds

Planting sunflower seeds

Morrison’s Cardiff Bay kindly donated sunflower seeds as part of their “Seeds of Hope” programme. We planted them in cups provided by them and when they are big enough to handle we will transplant them. 

Our new gardening club members have been busy tidying up ready for winter. They dug up weeds and the dead marigolds. 

The sunflower seedlings have now grown big enough to transplant. We filled a trough with compost and gently transplanted the seedlings. We can’t wait to watch them grow.

​​​​​​Planting geraniums.

Some of our Year 1 gardening club members have been busy planting geraniums. We were guessing what colours they might be.

Some of our gardening club members have been busy during theses summer days. We have dug up plants that have died and have planted some marigolds. 

Planting marigolds

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