Nothing cures a common cold, not even Jemeson whiskey. However, against all the odds, I keep trying for a breakthrough.
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 question of the week is: Does the industry not sell seed of AGM plants with the deliberate intention of forcing me to buy the plants instead? Is it to maintain the genetic superiority of the plants? If so, it’s not cricket, ye oul lousers!
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.
Happy plants can survive the ups and downs of life. Not alone that, but they blossom most beautifully when the time is right.
February 1st 2021. Generally regarded as the first day of spring here in Ireland, the 1st of February is the feast of Saint Brigid. I’m
With heavy heart, I write of a death in the family. Fifty-eight small seedlings froze to death in the glasshouse last night. When I heard
Wednesday, 6th January 2021. I buy a packet of Dahlia seeds most years, and I’m thinking that by now I really should have a dynasty.
Our very first November Christmas tree is up, yet it feels like the longest year since it came down back in early January.
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Saturday, 22nd August (Lúnasa) 2020. There is a distinctly beginning-of-Autumn feel about my garden as the fourth Saturday of August rolls along. There’s also a
Monday, 17th August 2020. There was a passing shower just before midnight. The bad news is that it’s still passing through and the garden is
There are only four days this week. You may be shocked to read that in plain text. I have decided, to realign my blog with
I took a short stroll around the dying garden yesterday before breakfast. This is something I like to do regularly and I bring a small