Monthly Archives: June 2018

Summer breeze makes me feel fine, blowin’ through the jasmine in my mind

We’ve got some heady smells in the garden at the moment; there’s the sweet smell of jasmine through the day, whilst the night-scented honeysuckle is looking the best it’s ever been. Some aromatic Greek basil grown from seed, sits patiently … Continue reading

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Wildlife wonders on ‘Magical Mull’

Apologies it’s took me so long to write this blog post; since returning from Mull, I’ve had lots of school exams, I’ve been to RHS Chatsworth Flower Show and I’ve done a fair bit of gardening at home too. But … Continue reading

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From #RHSChelsea to #RHSChatsworth, via The Highlands!

It’s been a crazy few weeks as I’ve tripped up and down the country from London to the Isle of Mull! First, there was a weekend in London, taking in RHS Chelsea Flower Show, before I scooted off to Mull … Continue reading

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