Where did you come from my lovely

With ample blossom, snowdrops and the beginnings of the narcissi blooming about it would appear that Spring is emerging.  Time perhaps to start thinking about getting seeds in for cultivating your summer window boxes and baskets.  As bedding can get quite expensive why not save seeds from last years pots and plant them to grow your … Continue reading Where did you come from my lovely

And the Hits Keep on Coming

Throughout July and August the blooms came and went in the garden giving ongoing and ever changing colourful displays to feast the eye.  It truly was a treat. Perrenial bulbs such as the lilly will give you endless pleasure year upon year and you can always add to them as the years go by. I … Continue reading And the Hits Keep on Coming

Make Hay While The Sun Shines

Well not literally hay but as close as you might get to making things from nature in an urban environment.  The sun shone and it was hot and sunny for the first time in a long time this summer. No better time, I thought,  than to make a refreshing elderflower drink from the trees that … Continue reading Make Hay While The Sun Shines

Sites to remember

Having spent the last six weeks  with a serious back injury (and a holiday on the side) I have been totally off gardening duties (and blogging duties) for quite some time.  Luckily the garden didn't need too much tending thanks to nature and it's generous rainfall this year and I still managed to capture the … Continue reading Sites to remember

Eternal Sunshine of the Occupied Mind

I love the satisfying circle of prolific self  seeders,  partnered with a combination of other perennial plants and bulbs,  my idea of a  perfect garden is complete, wild, natural and self perpetuating.  For plants that need a helping hand I like nothing better than to collect their seed heads in autumn, plant them in some … Continue reading Eternal Sunshine of the Occupied Mind