Tag Archive: Plants

Tales from the Vegetable Garden – Peatastic Journey

I though the most exciting thing about my vegetable garden was when I discovered my first pea growing, I was so wrong though. You will remember how excited I was when I shared… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Through The Garden Gate

Flowers from the Cosmos

Okay this flower may not be from the Cosmos but it is called Cosmos! To be official it is called Asteraceae Cosmos ‘Sea shells Mixed’. On a recent trip to The Botanic Gardens,… Continue reading

Angry Skies OutSide

There has definitely been a drastic change in weather in the past few days! We have gone from lovely calm blue skies to ones that are much more angry and dramatic. Of course… Continue reading

A New Rose on the Block?!

After a long summer love affair with some delightful roses, I think I have moved on! Don’t worry though I am sure some lovely roses will creep up on my blog in the… Continue reading

There will be Nectarines this Summer

You may remember back in April I shared this photo of nectarine blossom that I came across in the Botanic Gardens. Well I was pleased to find on a recent trip back to… Continue reading

A Visit to the Rose Garden at The Botanic Gardens

So yes my love affair with roses still burns strong and last week I was treated to a great display of them in the Botanic Gardens. I went on an extremely warm sunny… Continue reading

A Love For Roses

If any of you follow me on Twitter you may have noticed the sheer love affair I have been having with roses at the moment. If you don’t follow me on twitter you have… Continue reading

Garden History Museum – A Plant Lovers Journey Around London

On my recent trip to London one of the places I was most excited about going to visit was the Garden History Museum. I had known about it for some time and always… Continue reading

Garden Of Gold By Lois E. Felder

I decided to be kind to my mind and read something enlightening instead of watching trash on tv! I am so glad I did this as I stumbled across this brilliant poem by… Continue reading