As you can imagine, now that I’ve come to think of it, I never really thought about it like that.
This ecard brings to you the fun and frolics of summer. Best viewed in landscape mode on phone, with sound on. Just click on the
It’s easy to overlook a plant in decline. I’ll photograph this once a month, to savour the importance of seeing beauty after the first flush of youth and maturity.
Resting now. I’m not sure who she is, but very welcome, I’d imagine. Pádraig.
While checking my three weather apps, I noticed that sunrise would be at 5:16am, so I got up just a bit earlier to get a photograph for the start of summer.
Yesterday was another very mild day. Mild enough for this large bee to be out and about, checking out all my glasshouse seedlings.
Garden centres are gearing up for the mad rush and gardeners are gearing up for visits to garden centre. Its a win-win situation. Before the
For the past number of years, I have grown some vegetables. In 2015 I had created two raised beds in order to make things easier
The rain began at lunchtime yesterday and it’s still at it. There was a very brief respite for about two hours after dusk. I had
Full moon and frost last night. Truth be told, the full moon is at 4pm today, but it looked full last night, measuring 99.3% just
The garden seats are put away and will not reappear until April. It’s just not warm enough to sit outside comfortably. But it is definitely
Let spring begin! These small daffodils are called tete-à-tete. Standing at just 15cm, they are not prone to breaking in strong wind. I will have
I’ve been watching closely. Nature is amazing. I had scattered plenty of sand and gravel on this patch of ground under the Acer. It is
When I started doing a short daily update four months ago, my brother said that it would be hard to find something to write about
Mine is a small suburban garden. It’s about 10 metres by 30, and it’s big enough to keep me satisfied. On the other hand, the
Ajuga Black Scallop It’s another beautiful day here in Dungarvan. It is mild and dry with just a blustery wind to move things about. Things
There’s not much to do in my garden so we visited the beautiful town of Lismore. In the Vault Café, I was thrilled that they
I was given an apple tree back in 2012 (approx). I had loaned my spare bike to a student. She cycled regularly with our club
Cold on the bikes at 9am today, as we headed on to Clashmore and Youghal Bridge. The wind picked up and we dodged all the