jamie goode's wine blog

Friday, June 16, 2006

I took a lunchtime wander through Regent's Park. It's a beautiful day and the roses in the central section, Queen Mary's Gardens, are looking stunning at the moment. It's a walk I do at least a couple of times each week, and part of the appeal is seeing the changing seasons in the park. When you've seen the dead of winter here, the height of summer is even more rewarding.

The weather looks set to be fine for the weekend. My flowering vines should appreciate this. I may get a chance to visit the allottment tomorrow; I'll need to give my second sulfur spraying soon to ward off any mildew. It's best to get in early with sulfur: once the mildew establishes itself, you're pretty much stuffed. Been there, done that...


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