Holly Willoughby's super organised vegetable patch has got us in the mood for spring gardening

Bethan Rose Jenkins
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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

From Good Housekeeping

Holly Willoughby shared a snap of her vegetable patch on Sunday (28 March), as she got busy preparing for the spring growing season over the weekend.

The This Morning presenter posted a picture to her Instagram account holding a cream watering can beside two planters of super organised crops.

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Fresh green shoots can be seen in all of her carefully organised sections, which are each neatly marked with a corresponding plant label.

It looks like tomatoes and sweetcorn are two of the tasty vegetables Holly is trying to grow herself, although she admitted in her caption that she didn’t have "much success in 2020" trying to grow things, but that her efforts at least "keeps the snails and squirrels happy".

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Holly also posted a close up snap of a beautiful daffodil variety in full bloom, known as a Peach Cobbler. The flower has a rounder, more rose-like shape compared to a traditional daffodil and features a combination of both light yellow and orange tones.

The mum-of-three usually shares snaps of her outfits on Instagram along with some snippets of family life, although she does occasionally include images of nature and green spaces. Holly says in one post that we all "have a lot to learn from mamma earth.”

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