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This is another fashion shot from Saturday. This was taken at the Lincoln Park Conservatory. A floral top stands out among all the greenery.


Look Deep Into Nature, And Then You Will Understand Everything Better.

August 2nd 2010

  • Butterfly Garden
  • transplanting trees – finished
  • ended works on butterfly garden

Below are my notes:

continued work on the butterfly garden. moved more soil into the unfinished areas. 215 more words



We did it! We bought a little greenhouse. *dance*

Might take a bit of time to get it into place. But I like the idea of this little transparent area of warmth and sunshine. 110 more words


Mini greenhouse

Getting done.

It’s done!

Except for some natural preservative painting as well as fixing the dirt and foundation later.

This recycled graffiti plywood backside will hopefully be visited by some local graffiti artist and get a more colorful paint job, preferably in shades of green.



Another exciting day in the nursery, our first earlies have been delivered. We’ve laid them on our egg boxes in the peach house to get the best light for chitting. 19 more words

Gravetye Manor

Crossbasket 1918 and 1919

An extract from the book, “The History of Crossbasket Castle” by Paul Veverka (c)

1918 – With the World War still ravaging through Europe, and perhaps the property starting to become a liability, George Neilson ever the businessman, put Crossbasket Castle and estate up for sale. 355 more words

Blantyre Buildings