When see you pictures of an idyllic flower farm, then realise it is only a 9 minute drive away... I was recently searching online for flower farms and seeing if there was any nearby so that I could have freshly cut locally grown flowers at home all the time. Amongst the search appeared Green and Gorgeous, … Continue reading Green & Gorgeous – The Flower Farm
As an avid lover of Blenheim Palace, an annual Privilege Pass holder and allotment enthusiast, the Blenheim Palace Flower Show has been on my calendar since the dates were released. I must admit the show couldn't of come at better timing for myself; a perfect distraction to put a smile on my face, get me … Continue reading Blenheim Palace Flower Show
I am officially knackered, but what a glorious weekend! The sun shined continuously, the seedlings all shot up and so did all the weeds. It has been a dry here all week luckily so I thought I would take opportunity of the light evenings after work to add some personality to the plot. I have had … Continue reading No.27: Personality Installed
Happy Easter on this glorious Sunday morning. I hope you are utilising the excuse of Easter to pack yourselves full of chocolate and hot cross buns. I can't get enough of these toasted delicious buns with a slither of melting butter. Eating one as I type, yum! The clocks have only just gone forward but I am already loving the light mornings and slightly lighter … Continue reading Digging at Dawn
I have so many dreams for No.27 and also many other aspects of my life. I do wonder sometimes if I am relying on miracles with the amount I take on but really it's all about passion, dedication and lots of blooming hard work. That goes for allotment dreams and any others. My little sowed … Continue reading Germinating Dreams
I have lived in Oxfordshire for nearly a year now but until last weekend had never visited or at least do not recall visiting any of the nearby gardens or historical attractions. My parents would probably tell you otherwise and that as a child I visited all of them. I spent my whole childhood outside walking … Continue reading A load of waffle….