Gardening Club at the Infant School started up again at half term, and the gardeners have been very busy and enthusiastic when weeding the raised beds. The strawberry plants now look much happier, and hopefully we will see some fruit later in the summer. We have planted onion sets, garlic and potatoes and have noticed that the onions and garlic are already growing well.
We have also enjoyed the beautiful daffodils and tulips that the Autumn Term gardeners planted in our flower bed. There have been lots of compliments from children and adults about how lovely they look. Worth the wait!
Most of our fruit trees are growing, although not all of the ones we planted last year have survived the winter. We are looking forward to seeing them blossom and grow during the summer.