The gardens were a little soggy yesterday. I could hear the ground actually percolating in places where it wasn’t ankle deep in mud. There’s nothing like a weekend of non-stop rain (the rain gauge overflowed … Read more.
If you missed Fall Gardeners Day at Blithewold last weekend then I’m sorry to say you missed Mike Chute’s info packed lecture on roses and, I for one, learned something new. – But then again … Read more.
Down by the compost enclosure and Dick’s vegetable garden, there is a bed dedicated to Julie-favorite eats and I got caught there on my walk this morning. I must confess that I probably stopped for … Read more.
We know a gardener whose most sublime view of her garden is from the bathtub on the second floor of her house. From there she can look down on her borders laid out like blankets … Read more.
It’s time once again for a blooming Blithewold inventory and a mid month visit to blooming gardens around the world. Garden Bloggers Bloom day is still graciously hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens (Check … Read more.
I am often asked, usually when I’m away from work, when would be the best time to visit Blithewold. And of course I say, “It’s always a good time to visit Blithewold! Why aren’t you … Read more.
It’s time to think about next year’s garden. (When isn’t it time to think about next year’s garden?!) Last week Gail cleaned out the cutting bench, filled it fresh with new perlite and we’ve both … Read more.
I think there’s a whole lot of “necessary” and not a lot of “evil” (see the previous post) when it comes to seed annuals. It’s true that they cost the moon as pushed plants in … Read more.