The unofficial musings of the gardeners of Worcester College. This site does not necessarily represent the views of Worcester College and its members.
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
Hardening Off September's Cuttings
With rain forecast this evening and heavy downpours for tomorrow, today was the perfect opportunity to move the last of September's cuttings into the cold frames. The cold frames, their last stop before being planted out in June, provide an environment similar to the outside, but enable us to monitor them, placing fleece or putting the lids back on should the risk of frost return.
Oxford, The gardens are usually open afternoons 2-5pm (Winter 2-4pm)
We're a motley crew varying in age and experience, bravely lead by the head of gardens and grounds, Simon Bagnall. Nine of us in total:
Simon - Head Of Gardens And Grounds,
Joss - Grass Aficionado and Second in Command, Ady - Foreman, Ali - All round plantswoman and blog writer, Kieron - Hippy Handyman & Fruit Tree Guru, Graham - Good Ole Boy,
Callum - No Longer A Budding Apprentice, Qualified!, Andy - Groundsman, Peter - Apprentice