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Marvelously blooming chinotto, a citrus tree from Italy where it’s used to make various drinks. The surprising aspect with this tree is the strength of its…

We have two sorts of jamsin in the garden: one that flowers sweet-smellingly throughout March and another that begins to bloom at the end of May that is…

This unsuspecting flower sits on a 130cm tall stem! The only one that high behind the winter wood pile. Surprising how well this scabious harmonises shades of…

So, a week later the wild bee orchid is progressively blooming and its pastel purple has become much more affirmative compared to seven days ago. There’s…

This is a terrestrial, wild bee orchid with a mauve hue. I’m surprised when I discover them growing wildly in the garden under the pine trees. The angle of the…

So surprised that the california poppies made it through the winter and are already flowering. The envelope that held the seeds said they could “take over the…

So, in late March and throughout April the ‘wild’ iris bloom everywhere in the garden from deep purple to mauve pastels. I say ‘wild’ as they just sort of pop…

aTa Taking a walk through the garden, we smelt the Lilac before we saw the bush that’s literally exploding with flowers. This unique perfume stays marvelous for…

We’re well into spring here in the South of France, and now that all the replanting’s wrapped up for all the citrus trees they’re all beginning to bloom with…

The red lemon is finally getting a bit red. It’s quite large actually, about the size of a grapefruit. And while last year’s fruit is ripening, new flower buds…

Though were in the heart of winter, in the south of France we’re spoiled with warmer temperatures then the north of Europe. These violettes were adopted from…

In two days, we'll begin December. Despite the cold, shorter days, the aster continues blooming with vibrant green leaves. We've had this aster for three years…

And the tangerines have all suddenly started to ripen! We have a few night of cool temperatures around 9°C which has got all the citrus fruit changing to bright…

Last year we’d thrown away a chrysanthemum we thought dead. It was behind the composter. While dropping in the decomposing Jack-O-Lantern from this Halloween,…

Needless to say, it has been a strange year no matter what angle we take it from. In early March when France went into lockdown, I was actually not in Paris but…

In the spring of 2019, we purchased a yuzu tree on sale that looked as if it were on its last “branch”. The few leaves left were yellowed, the earth in the pot…

At the end of August, the olives trees have finished growing their fruit to full size. The fruit is actually a very dull shade of green to such a point that…
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