This weekend, do what’s important to you…
Posted in garden journal, garden photography, garden writing, Spring
Tagged be yourself, blossoms, daily life, garden journal, gratitude, inspiration, magnolias, spring, weekend notes
One of the first sunny gardening days / enjoy!
Posted in garden photography, pink flowering, Plant pots, Spring
Tagged countryside, daffodils, garden features, garden photography, gratitude, mountain gardens, pink camellias, rustic garden pots, spring
This Spring, after a very cold winter, it’s a pink garden.
Our winter school term has just ended and we have made the seven hour drive up to Canberra to meet up with Daughter Number Two and her husband. No, it can’t be compared to Florence, however, since Canberra celebrates its … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, Florence, garden writing, gardening, gardens, History, Italy, photography, travel, tulips
Tagged architecture, Canberra, Florence, Floriade, Il Duomo, Italy, Michelangelo, photography, Ponte Vecchio, spring, Statue of David, tulips, Uffizi museum
No, not the popular female singer but the crimson colours of the camelias! On this unusually sunny morning and the walkways strewn with pink petals, it never ceases to amaze me how these trees push forth their abundance. In our … Continue reading
Posted in camellias, English Poets, flowers, garden diary, garden writing, gardening, gratitude, mountain gardens, philosophy, photography, Spring, William Wordsworth
Tagged Camelias, garden design, garden writing, Gardens, gratitude, John Milton, mountain gardens, petals, photography, spring, weather extremes, weeping cherries, William Wordsworth
First thing this morning we checked on Pecker, picked him up and took him into the garden; sat with him and gave him his medication. His comb was still a little blue. There was a little shiver. We returned him … Continue reading
Posted in chickens, gardens, Lifestyle, pets, Plymouth Rock chickens, roosters, Spring, sunsets
Tagged chickens, Gardens, irises, pets, Plymouth rock roosters, spring, sunsets