Flowers for Tuesday
Just a few pics taken a couple of weeks ago. It felt like Spring had arrived. Now we have snow back on the hills and it is horrid outside. I won't be going far...
posted on March 31, 2010
There has been a lot of drama on the allotment site recently. One of the issues has been about our sheds. Recycling has been a long tradition on allotment sites...
posted on March 29, 2010
More from the lambing fields
The dog is Mili, and she belongs to my neighbour, but I get to look after her a couple of days a week. She is a Kelpi breed, and would love to work with the...
posted on March 26, 2010
In the garden tool shed
I went to visit the walled garden at Clumber Park. In future months it will be packed with displays of vegetables, fruit and flowers, but after the hard weather...
posted on March 22, 2010
HAPPY VERNAL EQUINOX TO EVERYONE
What does equinox mean? The word “equinox” derives from the Latin words meaning “equal night” and refers to the time when the sun crosses the equator. At such...
posted on March 21, 2010
Two BIRTHDAY CARDS
Wishing both Maggie and Peter many happy returns. You are both lovely PB friends. Have a good day, both of you. xx
posted on March 20, 2010
Looking at trees like a squirrel does
With thanks to Mikkal!
posted on March 18, 2010
Looking at trees
I didn't realise I would be able to access the internet from my mother's house, but I CAN!!!! So here are some shots from yesterday, taken in Clumber Park.
posted on March 17, 2010
Sunset from Hengae
Last post for a week or so, as I am going to spend a week with my old mum - and arriving on Mother's day! I will try and catch up on my return!!!
posted on March 14, 2010
Passion in the pond
There's no surer sign of spring than this.
posted on March 13, 2010
Visit to Bodnant Garden 2
Trees, all so different, all so beautiful. These at Bodnant Garden are especially fine specimens.
posted on March 11, 2010
Visit to Bodnant Garden 1
After the very cold winter, the garden at Bodnant is about three weeks late in terms of flowering, but even so, the Hammemalis Mollis (Witchhazel)was in full...
posted on March 10, 2010