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Has the Gardener showed up?

Beginning in the Renaissance, the belief in the non-existence of a personal God grew in an unprecedented way.

Provoked by the methodic doubt of René Descartes, to the attack against the miraculous by David Hume, to the impossibility of attaining a real knowledge ( 939 more words

Faith

How The Journey Started

Being the first blog I’ll start with where I am now and how I got here:

In 2003 I applied to my local agricultural college to study Horticulture through an apprenticeship, however due to some miscommunications it came to September and I wasn’t able to begin the course. 505 more words

Gardener

Its a bloody disaster!

The weather hasn’t been on my side! Storm Doris destroyed my greenhouse. I bought a new greenhouse to replace it and a slight breeze ripped that one down too! 529 more words

Allotment

Month Three, Day Seventeen

Divine

I love how things work out as you go along in life (well lets say I love it when things work out well). Dog and I set out for the shops to get some bread and I took the camera along thinking I’d photograph Agnieszka – who pretty much runs the local deli – behind the counter. 174 more words

365

Getting the Garden Ready - Saturday 25th March, 11am

Join Jackie Hunt on our first seasonal walk and talk.  In ‘Getting the Garden Ready’ Jackie will be exploring the garden and working area of Turn End and explain how she undertakes winter protection of plants, pruning, mulching of borders, lawn care, spring division of herbaceous perennials, growing annuals from seed, planting autumn flowering bulbs and the big springtime tidy of the borders ready for Turn End’s open days. 49 more words

Events

Early Spring?

We were enjoying such spring-like weather, that we had an opportunity to take a photoshoot displaying jewelry new items for spring made in the Bullfinch Barbury… 18 more words

The Wrong Gardener

Be careful who you let tend to your garden

because one day they’ll pick your flower

you will plant yourself in them

and you will become so deeply rooted… 45 more words