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This is really happening...

Every morning for the last few weeks I have looked in the mirror and thought to myself, ‘Is this actually happening?’ Every week, something occurs that makes it all a little bit more real. 222 more words

Garden Design

The Rhode to nowhere...

Whilst adding hedgerows, digging ponds, reinvigorating woodlands are all satisfying activities, they are all diversions from the fundamentals here at Little Acre. Although the front garden, paddock, kitchen garden and woodland are relative blank canvases (mass clearance aside), the main garden, in its prime, would have been a lush display of perennials, trees, shrubs and an almost innumerable amount Roses and Rhododendrons. 623 more words


Marching on to spring!

I think I was a little hasty with my last post about inspiring people to start spring gardening, as ‘The Beast From The East’ blasted through the country and covered everything in snow; it was like, … 804 more words

RHS Campaign For School Gardening

Chris, Camassia & Chaos.

Our gardening club, The Black Pear Gardening Club, meets monthly, with speakers during the winter months and garden visits during the summer.

For the February meeting we welcomed Stella Exley from Hare Spring Cottage Plants, York. 423 more words


I Call

Mixed in my cards are broken shards

of your Siberian heart.

I’ve no warmth to spare; I bled my fair share.

Your “please” is a poison dart. 20 more words


Every single one of us need reasons…We crave reasons for everything…. especially when we have negative experiences in our life. When I found my reason I could not stop, my reasons are entangled in so many, God, my mom, my brothers, my family, my friends, my church, my high school students I mentor, they are my reasons of happiness. 304 more words

A Million Reasons Foundation

RHS London Early Spring Plant Fair 2018

One event in my calendar heralds the approach of spring like no other: the RHS London Early Spring Plant Fair. Throughout the first, frozen days of February I have been yearning for Westminster’s Horticultural Halls to throw open their doors and let me feast my eyes on delicate blooms and breath in the sweet scent of snowdrops, narcissi, sweet box and paperbush. 925 more words