There are plenty gaps appearing. This particular spot looked very bare so I bought these two small chrysanthemums.
Manchester United 1 Crystal Palace 2. It took us thirty years to beat them at Old Trafford last year, and then we go and repeat the feat again. Repeat defeat!
It has been a wonderful week for gardening. Warm and dry. Ideal weather for a t-shirt, be it red or otherwise.
1st September 2020. It’s overcast here in Dungarvan and there has been light overnight mist. Seems like a good time to continue with a few
I’ve previously mentioned I write this primarily so that I can look back on events on my nursing home iPad in 2050.
Our lives, like our gardens, are made up of the crisp clear images we portray to the world, together with our darker blurred backgrounds.
20th June 2020. The garden really did need some rain. It needed a bit more than some. So, naturally we were thrilled to get a
My Seiryu is just turning three. Sounds vaguely like a proud dad informing his mates down the pub about his daughter’s upcoming birthday! My Seiryu
Most mornings I take a very short stroll down the garden while my boiled egg is boiling and my toast is toasting.
The weather has turned a bit colder, yet not quite cold enough to hurt. I recorded no frost night this week, and the plants in
Reading time 5-7 minutes. Video: 20 seconds. Part One My wife, Marion, grows rhubarb. For the past number of years she has had a good