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Vase Monday Forced Blossom Paperblog Pick in Gardening

In A Vase On Monday – Forced Blossom

This week I have remade the vase of lichen covered twigs and hydrangea Annabelle from a few weeks ago. Last week I included a few branches of Viburnum bodnantense 'Dawn' in my vase... Read more

Collaboration Cutting Garden Collective Paperblog Pick in Gardening

A New Collaboration – The Cutting Garden Collective

I have been wanting to offer courses in my garden for a few years now, but have always found reasons not too. In August last year I met Brigitte, the very talented florist who... Read more


  • A Small Sewing Project

    Small Sewing Project

    It is cold and foggy today, not a day for gardening at all which is good as I need to rest my arm having strained some previously injured tendons a couple of... Read more

    The 21 January 2017 by   Patientgardener
  • Hiking in Yakushima

    Hiking Yakushima

    I haven't written about my trip to Japan for a while but when thinking about how I would address the ' awkward' photo meme I found myself remembering the hikes... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Patientgardener
  • Plans for 2017

    Plans 2017

    Hello again, I've re-surfaced! To be honest with you, for a few weeks I completely lost interest in blogging and (even worse), gardening. Maybe I had a severe... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Mwillis
  • A Few Reasons to Install Automatic Gates at Home

    Reasons Install Automatic Gates Home

    These are the gates that can be used for residential as well as commercial security. There are lots of materials of which these gates are made of like steel,... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Mountain Publishing
  • Hellebore Hygiene

    Hellebore Hygiene

    January is when I gradually work my way round the garden, cutting away the old hellebore leaves, carefully raking away the leaf litter to reveal the new... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Coming and Going

    Coming Going

    It was yesterday I thought of them. I knew where to look of course and under a fine layer of dead bamboo leaves I found them. Sweet, fresh green harbingers of... Read more

    The 18 January 2017 by   Chrryblossomtat2
  • The Bridal Flowers 1 - The Certainty of Uncertainty

    Bridal Flowers Certainty Uncertainty

    ..... Certainty is ridiculous (Voltaire) There are certainties in gardening: every year the circle turns, the seasons come and go and there will be gardening... Read more

    The 18 January 2017 by   Ozhene
  • This 1 Thing Will Instantly Improve Any Vignette

    This Thing Will Instantly Improve Vignette

    This 1 thing that will instantly improve your vignette is a tray of some description – be it a metal tray, a glass tray (as in vintage glass dressing table tray... Read more

    The 18 January 2017 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Going, Going, Gone

    Going, Gone

    The yellow-flowered Brugmansia in the courtyard was still in flower over Christmas and it wasn’t until January 5ththat the flowers finally succumbed to our firs... Read more

    The 17 January 2017 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Book Review: She Sheds, a Room of Your Own by Erika Kotite

    Book Review: Sheds, Room Your Erika Kotite

    I was recently sent a copy of the new book by Erika Kotite that is a wander through the world of she-sheds.  Now I am going to have to say up front that I am no... Read more

    The 17 January 2017 by   Ozhene


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