March Garden Tips

There is general surprise in the media about the weather, March, they say, March is the beginning of Spring! This isn’t anybody’s idea of Spring. But looking back at my photos, there have been quite [...]

March Garden Tips2018-03-05T12:49:34+00:00

April Garden Tips

Yellow as a baby chick for Easter:  Nothing celebrates the coming of spring like sunshine yellow flowers.  Even dandelions have their moment, providing nourishment for winter starved bumble bees.  Although it is probably best to [...]

April Garden Tips2017-04-03T16:10:41+00:00

May Garden Tips

Spring is so unpredictable; rain, sun wind, hail, thunder, rainbows, some warm days - some cold nights. The sun comes out, we put out the deck chairs, the sun goes behind a cloud and the [...]

May Garden Tips2018-05-04T16:56:59+00:00

May Garden Tips

“..adorned like sweet May”:  This is the time of year when foliage is at its freshest and most vivid. New grass lights the fields. In the garden unfolding leaves shine in the morning sun with [...]

May Garden Tips2017-04-03T08:48:26+00:00

July Garden Tips

Slide into full summer: Flaming June has been and gone. Sizzling July has arrived with no sign of a break in the weather. There is a decided shortage of the wet stuff. We in north-western [...]

July Garden Tips2018-07-02T12:11:35+00:00

November Garden Tips

Honeysuckle berries, good for birds, toxic for people. Berries galore!  Berries are the jewelled decorations of the garden in November.  They also provide a feast for birds.  Garden-worthy hedgerow natives include honeysuckle, sloes, [...]

November Garden Tips2017-04-03T08:48:27+00:00
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