31 Jul 2017

After a lot of hard work on the garden in spring, July is a month for taking a bit of time to enjoy the results and letting the miracle of nature do its thing, as more and more plants come into flower while others fade beautifully (such as the clematis seedheads in thi...

23 Jun 2017

Quite a contrast from the soft pinks and greens of May, my garden in June is full of bright jewel tones.

Everything in this arrangement is cut from my garden. It contains annuals: sweetpeas, corncockle, cosmos, cornflowers and larkspur, a biennial foxglove, and perennia...

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