Monthly Archives: April 2014

Tea for two or three?

We have spent much time in our autumnal garden this Easter break. While last year I tried my hand at baking hot cross buns, this year I was not so adventurous. And I was quite pleased at the result…. I … Continue reading

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Four Pumpkins

We harvested the grand total of four pumpkins from our rambling plants. I guess, not bad for a mountain garden in a cool zone. I will definitely try again next year. Happy pumpkin hour! We will savour our little crop … Continue reading

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Mystery plant identified

You may recall in my recent post entitled Spring or Autumn, I had purchased a plant which I thought was an orchid at a local garage sale. Having scoured the gardening books, I could not identify it. However, with the … Continue reading

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