2016 has been pretty eventful so far, how about that? We’re not even halfway through and let’s look at what’s been going on – Leo got his Oscar, scientists recorded gravitational waves, confirming Einstein’s theory, a new copy of Shakespeare’s first folio was discovered, and Chief Wombat Cuddler is now an actual occupation. But that’s […]
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Well, here it is once again – our official excuse to wear green and drink until green starts wearing us. Yes, it’s Paddy’s Day and while we are still shaking our gardeners’ heads at some – Irish, mind you – manufacturers’ inability to tell a clover from a shamrock (don’t worry, Guinness, you can […]
For people who like to describe themselves as a nation of gardeners, we seem to have way too much formality and semantics when it comes to defining gardening as art. Where does simple maintenance stop and concept design begin, and is really the cottage garden the pinnacle of our horticultural skill?
With the gardens properly prepped for winter, there is little to do but reminisce in the cozy light of the fireplace… The garden will need a ton of work in the spring, but until then:
Gardeners and flower lovers had the chance to enjoy another flower show this year. Thanks to the Royal Horticulture Society, we could admire gorgeous blooms and learn a few tricks on how to step up our green thumb game at the Wisley Flower Show.