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Visit me during the Chichester Art Trail

Over the next two weekends I am taking part in the Chichester Open studios event.

Our conservatory will be ably manned by Robin and he is looking forward to see people arriving to look at my botanical art which is hung there for the occasion.  186 more words

Botanical Art

April 4

GUEST CURATOR:  Maia Campbell

What was advertised in a colonial newspaper 250 years ago this week?

“Indian Corn, new Rice, Pitch and Tar, – and a great Variety of English Goods.” 358 more words

Daily Advert Update

Past Away

Becoming Haiku
17th March 2016

PAST AWAY

Lifetime echoing

Illustrated memories

Past haunts ghosts return

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“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” = Søren Kierkegaard

Haiku

Harvest 2015

September 13th, 2015 – The day after our family Harvest Party was wet and cloudy, but Peter and I wanted to clean up the garden. We pulled up the pumpkin vines in the yard, harvested the Indian corn and gathered the stalks together to display. 325 more words

White Amorn

Garden on Pointe

By the last week of July 2015, our garden was really on pointe! I was happy with the colors and quantity of blooms in my perennial fence garden. 250 more words

Gardening

Fresh Flowers from the Garden

On July 19th, 2015, our garden is looking pretty incredible. The Indian corn is one foot taller than my modest 5’2″ frame can reach, and the first pumpkin leaf has started to yellow as the vines begin to die back and direct energy to producing pumpkins. 146 more words

Gardening

Peak of the Pumpkin Patch 

Look at the progress of our pumpkin patch! We started our seedlings indoors on April 22, 2015. The seedlings were not transplanted to their final home in the garden box until May 24th, but they quickly took and started climbing out by June 18th. 97 more words

White Amorn