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.
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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
I think fiction must feature settings that are taken from the author’s imagination, whereas historical fiction must, by its nature, be set in real places in order to lend authenticity. Continue reading Open Book Blog Hop, 20th April
Marigolds (Calendulas) are ubiquitous in this garden. They readily self-seed. They are not alone in this regard: Aquilegias (Columbine), Jacob’s Ladder, Alchemilla Mollis and Sweet William are among the other plants that pop up in strange places. Continue reading A Weekend Walk in my Garden #3: 19th April 2020.
The bees love the yellow flowers that appear every April. Continue reading A Weekend Walk in my Garden: #2 12 April 2020
A remarkable coincidence links the two stories. Continue reading Blessings in Adversity – the Popemobile and the Little Ark.