I’ve taken to connecting more intimately with my Goddesses through my pregnancy. I’m about six weeks along and with a planned pregnancy, I feel significantly less stressed. 233 more words
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I am currently reading a rather fascinating book at the moment, Bill Law’s ‘Fifty Plants that changed the course of History.’ I’m sure it will inspire another post in its own right soon, but here, I want to mention a plant that seems almost entirely ignored, and as far as I’m aware, has had no effect on history whatsoever. 575 more words
The hebe karo: Golden Esk are planted at the base of the bund on both the North (street) and South (lawn) sides. On the South, the aim is to provide some year-round shape and colour underneath the deciduous Ornamental Pear and the Hydrangea Limelights and Bloody Marvellous. 77 more words
1 I love how the sun has caught the purple edge of the Hebe leaves and highlighted the stamens on the flower.
2 Going out in Skippalong today to follow the Tall Ships Parade of Sail we noticed pleasing haystacks on the horizon.(I’ll post a gallery of the beautiful ships tomorrow) 34 more words