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A sprinkling of pink and an Easy Jam

I mentioned in Monday’s post that we’ve been relocating Cyclamen hederifolium tubers from the bottom of our garden (the area from which we avert our eyes for the time being) to where we can see them and admire their dainty flowers. 667 more words

In a Vase on a Monday: Small is Beautiful

Standing in the kitchen this morning, nursing my mug of coffee and thinking about what to pick for today’s ‘vase’, my gaze landed on my grandma’s teapot. 184 more words

La Promenade Plantée

Weekend in Paris,

I visited La Promenade Plantée, a beautiful sky garden.

주말 간 파리에서,

굉장히 멋진 하늘 정원을 다녀왔다. 211 more words

Parks / Gardens

Calm before the Storm

On Sunday after finishing my bag I had a wander outside, all looked good. Decided to make notes on things to do, these I started to do yesterday. 470 more words


Pinheads and Dinnerplates

Hardy cyclamen are wonderful plants, quite unlike their trashy indoor cousins.

I have a particular weakness for scent, autumn colour and plants with winter interest, and although unscented the ivy-leaved (or Neapolitan) cyclamen excels in the latter two categories, sending up its charming pink recurved flowers in the autumn, and most obligingly holding on to its heart shaped leaves, intricately marked with silver, over the winter months, shedding them over the summer when their absence goes unnoticed in the midst of all the other star horticultural performances. 1,121 more words


In a Vase on Monday: Sweet Harmony

Like many other Mondays, this vase opportunity just presented itself with little encouragement required from me. The post title comes from the little iris, which I think are… 601 more words


Basement Dwellers

I brought some Primulas, and a few other plants, indoors in early November. Some were in bloom or in bud; some didn’t look winter-hardy; some could have stayed out had I got around to planting them in time. 520 more words