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Autumn Gold

For this week’s autumn colour, the Ash (Fraxinus) takes centre-stage. They have transformed in the last 7 days or so from mid-green to bright yellow. We have a smallish tree in the garden but there is a large one on … Continue reading

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A Hogmanay miscellany of head-butting sheep, currant affairs and holey hands!

As a newbie to the world of blogging, I couldn’t let the year end go by without a heartfelt thanks to all of you who’ve liked, signed up to follow, fave’d or just visited my novice site over the past 2 ½ months. In particular, … Continue reading

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A sense of place

 At this time of year, I spend quite a lot of time outside in the walled garden, usually on my own, with cold hands and cold feet, balancing precariously up a ladder, trying to reach the tallest stems of the … Continue reading

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Rosey hues

To mark a recent anniversary, the Good Lady has given me an Amelanchier shrub for the Kitchen Garden. The Snowy Mespilus (common name) has amazing bright red coloured foliage at this time of the year and it will really set … Continue reading

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