So… I remembered to get few garden views (bonus with early morning sunshine) to join Helen and other Bloggers with an end of the month view or two from my garden. It’s always tricky to decide which way to do this – do you choose close-up captures or the long views where you don’t get… Read More End of Month View FEB13
Let the prequels begin 😉 My garden saw foliage chosen over flowers, straight lines over curves, shrubs over perennials and little attention to birds, birds, bees, butterflies or hedgehogs. Basic garden history: We inherited an ‘L’ shaped back garden space ideal for a young family growing up and for one very keen gardener to make… Read More The garden blog prequel
Let the questions begin 😉 Mine are on the Meconopsis, long grass, a plant ID, a Buddleja suggestion and New Zealand flatworms. Can you help here? I’d like to welcome answers via comments on this post or by email. Thank-you to anyone that gets back to me 🙂 Before I begin I’d like to say… Read More Garden Bloggers’ Questions FEB13
What fun it was when many bloggers set sail with me to a Desert Island back in the cold days of January 2009. Thanks for the reminder, Karen 🙂 Our challenge was to bring just three plants with us. After some email invitations and bloggers kindly spreading the word it really was a fun packed… Read More Blogger Invitations, Irritations & Days
‘unless something exciting visits the garden’ I said last time in relation to having a break from nature posts. Well, I’d say a Yellowhammer foraging for food right under my window just a metre away was an exciting sighting 😉 We had a return to snow and cold temps overnight and this brought large groups… Read More A Yellowhammer in the garden!