The garden’s on acid!

In every border there is a splash of acid, attracting the eye and forming a bright backdrop to all the spring flowers.  Of course, the acid is the from the flowering bracts of Euphorbia, both rigida and myrsinites.   Continue reading

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Making me smile this week Mid February

Good friends and family came to stay so that they could go to watch the England v Italy rugby match in Rome last Sunday; the weather for the time they were all here was forecast to be wet, wet and more wet but it wasn’t quite as bad as that; we had some warm sunshine at times but also a 15 minute hail storm on Monday.  Sunday afternoon was mild and although grey, it didn’t rain so that the match was enjoyed (and the victory savoured).  Not being a fan myself I went with a friend to Rome and instead of rugby enjoyed the Capitoline museum. Continue reading

My thoughts- The Three Tarragons: French, Russian and Mexican

The Three Tarragons: French, Russian and Mexican

On Monday I shared with you a vase of flowers and I asked if any of you recognised what they were. I thought I knew, but I was wrong and in the land of blogging there is always someone who knows the right answer! Continue reading

Looking good today – 13th November

I’m not managing to post as much as I would like at present.  I’m working in the garden more than writing about it, plus I am still having issues with our internet, often too slow to upload even the smallest image.  Hopefully today I will be able to join Gillian and her ‘Looking good’ meme. Continue reading