the focus of attention for the bees has moved to the ceanothus (aka California Lilac) Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #9 – 31st May 2020
The peonies are just starting to open. They have remained upright despite the gales. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #8 – May 24th.
I’m sharing a post from the retired US academic Hugh Curtler in which he shares something his son discovered. It’s a reminder that, as bad as things might seem today, they were often far worse in the past. Continue reading The Power of Perspective.
New bulbs form on the tops of the stems which then bend over, allowing the new bulbs to root into the ground. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #7 – 17th May 2020
aloe vera is flowering spectacularly! Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #6 – 10th May
Corilopsis still dominates the North facing South wall. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #5: May 3rd 2020
Generally speaking, most Brits are not great flag-wavers – except on special occasions. Continue reading V.E. Day 75 years on.
Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News :
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In the greenhouse bean plants look ready to plant out but I fear the possibility of frost in the next week. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden: #4 – 26th. April