As per my last post there’s been much endeavour on the garden front recently (thanks mum!), so this post will mainly be pictures of how things have developed over the last couple of weeks. At the moment we have a stunning display of Irises. The ones I split, which sulked last year, are very muchContinue reading “Garden update”
Monthly Archives: May 2022
From the sublime….
It has been a busy few weeks since last I sat down to post. With help from Mum I have been weeding up a storm with a view to the first substantial gardening opening of the year last Thursday. We had a party of about 27 from a local group in for a look roundContinue reading “From the sublime….”
The colours they are a changing’. Yellow and white have definitely lost their monopoly. In the garden blue camassia are going strong and pink hyacinth, aquilegia and the remains of the cherry blossom are muscling in with rosy tones. In the fields and hedgerows the thin yellow line of oilseed rape is just starting toContinue reading “Pallette shift”
Clickety clack, brrrr, ding
A heady combination of timber work in the woods and a very nervous Alsatian having closed off the usual haunts, Lyra and I have been varying our routes. On Wednesday we took a windy walk round by the river. In the garden of the last house there is a magnificent pirate ship. We have watchedContinue reading “Clickety clack, brrrr, ding”