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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


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


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

Out of my Gourd!

Gourds may not be tasty, but they are a cheerful way to decorate when the weather gets cool and crisp.

Happy Harvest Gourds Greeting Card… 70 more words

Demonstrating botanical art in Coloured pencil!

Thank you all those who visited our home this weekend during the Bosham Christmas Craft Trail.

In May, Chichester Open Studios art trail involves artists who live in or around our lovely city. 459 more words

Botanical Art

Maize Day

Today it’s time to celebrate Maize, which¬†came to be known as “corn” by Europeans. Upon googling it, I saw that it apparently has an “ancient and interesting history,” so feel free to look it up as I didn’t feel like a history lesson today and got distracted with a link to a cute cat video. 541 more words


Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving (a day late) to all my readers in the USA. My aunt and uncle drove 12 hours to visit us, and we ate the traditional huge meal. 218 more words