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The Garden

Last summer, I decided to change our front garden. PIL was in full agreement. One side of the driveway had already been done and was established and looking good, even if I do say so myself! 1,091 more words


PBP Week 15 - H is for Hedgerow Edibles

Well I looked at the prompts for this week and decided there wasn’t anything on the list I felt I could write about, let alone, even though I’ve been on annual leave from work, have time to research in order to make a decent job of it. 447 more words

Pagan Blog Project 2014

Aromawitch reblogged this on HedgeRaw, Holistics and Herbs and commented:

An older post from a previous blog project which sort of fits in here too.

Our Ever Evolving Relationship with Plants

Plants have played a critical role in human survival through the ages.  Although most people in the modern world do not rely on plants they gather themselves, we are surrounded by useful flora that Native Americans and later European colonists relied upon.  803 more words


Wild Primrose Bank, Lismore, Scotland

You can understand why they call the Isle of Lismore, off the west coast of Scotland, the Garden Isle, when you see great swaths of Primroses, Bluebells, Cowslips and Wild Garlic in the Spring.   111 more words


Spring lamb kebabs and my story about first lamb tasting

In May, my husband and I had a fun trip walking around Aubonne Valley National Arboretum, and one of the most rewarding things that I collected from the trip was a big basket of wild garlic to bring back home, YAYYYYY!!! 571 more words


Healthy fast food

Just finished a 23km run and I was looking forward to have some food. This is the time that you can easily grab the first thing you see and munch away. 149 more words

Bring out the Fizz

Our first ever step on the road to greater self-sufficiency, even before discovering wild garlic, was making Elderflower Champagne.

Once someone has shown you what Elderflower looks like, you can’t help but see and smell it everywhere you go in early June. 202 more words

Paul Rainger