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Year-Round Food: Backyard Bioshelter Greenhouse Workshop - November 15, 2014

With Jonathan Bates of Food Forest Farm & Special Guest Eric Toensmeier

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Forget the cold! Come learn with us in the sub-tropics of Western Massachusetts! 55 more words

Plants

Floating Fractals

I remember my uncle – a farmer and a lover of bluegrass music – standing on the wooden porch of his old farmhouse, clad in denim overalls. 370 more words

Daily Chronicles

Chapter 39 - 1917-30 - Bracken Hill, Bristol

People and Places Discussed and Pictured in Chapter 39 of:

Walter Melville Wills, the tobacco magnate, built Bracken Hill on the Somerset side of the Avon Gorge, near the Clifton Suspension Bridge, as his home in 1896 .   482 more words

. . James Pulham And Son

How to Plan a Water Garden 13:00

Garden pools are often called water gardens. The two terms have become somewhat interchangeable. But if we look at water gardens from the point of view of landscape design, we can define the term more…… read more…

Garden Portrait: Westonbury Mill Water Gardens

The Water Tower with Gargoyles

Winding paths through the Bog Garden

The Big Pond

Reflective reeds

Light and Shade

Autumn colour

Summer dying 99 more words

Photography

The Love of Prettiness

#procrastination #livinginmoments promise is hard #blogging is more work than I thought

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A quick follow up on what I read last week- art therapy and philosophy… 649 more words

Readings

Water garden

A Spode dish, shaped like a water lily. I found it in a local charity shop. I don’t expect it’s very old. But it’s the sort of dish I like for table arrangements, and I thought might work well planted with crocuses or snowdrops in the Spring. 37 more words

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