Monthly Archive: September, 2013

Garden Blog Hall of Fame Winner

Well I have a bit of an announcement to make!! If you follow me on twitter or if you were following the twitter feed of the Garden Bloggers Conference in Atlanta you may… Continue reading

Beyond The Garden Wall – June Blake’s Garden Wicklow

Late summer is one of my favourite times to visit gardens, as you will see in the coming weeks, as I finally get around to writing up posts on some of the amazing… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Insects and Flowers

Beyond The Messy Kitchen – Apple Jam

For the past few weeks, I have been watching the apples on the trees in my garden turn bright red and I have started to get that itch. The one where I want… Continue reading

A Passionate Discovery

I have always been intrigued by passion flowers, Passiflora, since I first noticed them as a teenager growing in a neighbours garden. I have always loved how exotic and unusual they look compared… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Ripening

Closing a Chapter

Since I have shared a few stories about my time in college studying horticulture with you all, I said I would share the final chapter with you all! I graduated on Monday evening… Continue reading

The Summer of Sunflowers

This year has been an absolutely amazing year for sunflowers! I don’t think I could find a single flower that sums up summer as perfectly as a sunflower does. Their big jolly heads… Continue reading

Chatting about blogging on Artyfacts

Last week I had the great opportunity to go to KFM radio station and talk all about blogging and Blog awards Ireland on Artyfacts. Artyfacts is presented by Brenda Drumm and as the title… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Foxglove