We are raising funds for Down Syndrome, but the best bit is… we start and finish at a garden centre!
My wife says I’m a bit peculiar. If you’re a regular reader of Six-on-Saturday, you’re in for a mighty puzzle this week. If you’re not
My love of gardening came from mam, as she tended her small terraced garden. I can clearly remember her love of dahlias, roses, sweet peas and marigolds.
I’m delighted that I was able to grow so many plants since the last week of January. Now it’s time to set them free.
Last week I was waiting for the opening of travel restrictions and visiting beautiful gardens. This week, I’m realising that beauty is on my doorstep.
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Friday, 24th July 2020 My bike-stand has served me well. When it’s not in use for washing my rothar, it doubles as a bird-feeder prop.
The score is 40-love. Originally, this was for the dogs to play with but they have shown zero interest. Subsequently, I left it in place
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
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
Saturday, 9th February: We cycled to Lismore into a dirty headwind this morning. A dirty headwind is defined by cyclists as a lazy wind because
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
Last autumn I had wondered what on earth I’d write about during the winter. It is easier when the garden is ablaze with life and