CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED Jackie carried out much knowledgeable weeding and planting this morning, whilst I cleared up the discards and conveyed them to the compost pile. The early¬†sun lit libertias standing in the Weeping Birch Bed, and enlivened the burgeoning Rose Garden. Various clematises, including this wonderfully scented Montana festoonedContinue reading “Refreshment”

Ian’s Bag

This morning I repeated yesterday’s short walk. On leaving the house by the stable door, a heady fragrance greeted me. It floated from the Agriframes arch, where our retrained cream rambler now blooms. The scent is powerful¬†enough to permeate the whole of the brick path. Bees were as drawn to it as I was. ShouldContinue reading “Ian’s Bag”

The Agriframes Arch

After yesterday’s constant rain, a bright morning lent a sparkle to everything in the garden. The Compassion rose was sprinkled with raindrops; as the broad nasturtium leaves that had halted the descent of those of the birch, and petals of verbena bonarensis. This clerodendrum trichotomum had the appearance of a parasol-shaped cocktail stick bearing aContinue reading “The Agriframes Arch”