Pretty in Pink

As I’ve described in earlier Blog posts this year, Spring appeared with a burst of golden yellows in our cottage garden; the Forsythia and Daffodils and these were followed by the white blossom of the Japanese Shirota and Cherry Trees; the latter offering a subtlety of the palest pink, upon closer inspection. Now, the advent…

Green Friends

Sadly, a very dear friend of ours passed away this week, following her battle with an illness in the Leukaemia branch of Cancer.  She was very special to my Partner and I and so this has been a difficult week for us.  One thing that has helped, is to get outside to enjoy the restful qualities…

Blooming Therapy

You’ll find a post on this Blog, entitled ‘Our Garden in 2015’.  That offers a summary of the work we did on our garden last year.  Now, I’m going to make regular posts to chart our progress in 2016; this being the first. Today is an overcast day, here in Suffolk; the east of England. …

Our Garden in 2015

I live with a chronic pain illness, so to keep myself relatively fit but without having to endure the stress of heavy exercise, I enjoy working in our garden.  In 2015, I made quite a bit of progress.  We live in a nice little country cottage and we have a small cottage garden and so it…