Primula

21 Mar 19

 “Esperienza ed impegno al servizio dello sport” Una vita spesa, oltre che per la famiglia e per il lavoro, al servizio soprattutto dello sport. Questo è Luciano Spaziani Testa, neo presidente provinciale dell’Opes (Organizzazione Per l’Educazione allo Sport), eletto all’unanimità nel corso di una riunione operativa, tenutasi a Frosinone nei mesi scorsi. Dipendente della Fca […]

20 Mar 19
Greens Shoots and Leaves

Tis the season of Pink and Yellow, most months in the garden have colours and March is definitely Yellow and Pink, everywhere from Primula through Hyacinths and Daffodils to Ribes and Forsythia, which I am convinced at some point in the 80’s must have been a 2 for 1 offer in the garden centre as […]

20 Mar 19
ljaynature

After 2 weeks of none stop rain, wind and even some hail, I have finally ventured out in to the garden once more. That isn’t to say I haven’t been gardening or surrounded by nature.  I have used the recent bad weather to start sowing seeds indoors and I have also been watching the birds […]

20 Mar 19
What Katy Digs

SPRING! Its finally here. Spring equinox, super moon and daffodils a plenty!

19 Mar 19
Rambling in the Garden

Today is the 7th anniversary of Rambling Round the Garden… good grief! where have those seven years gone?! As far as blogging goes, they have flashed by without any hitches or itches, although after posting every day for the first two years I did take myself in hand and reduce the number of posts which […]

19 Mar 19
The Gift of Time

Here is the next quarter of our year visiting the Hillier gardens.  Having bought a subscription in October, we are visiting every month.  It is proving to be a wonderful journey through the seasons. January One of the great things about Hilliers is that just walking from the car makes you reach for your camera….I […]

19 Mar 19
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Wild Primrose

18 Mar 19
Horticulturalnut

Enhance the look of your garden with the plants listed in this post. There are over 40 of them.

18 Mar 19
Annettes Garten / Annette's Garden

The year is still young, but oh so much has been going on! It’s been quiet here and that’s partly due to my new book whose deadline is approaching and partly to things that have happened –planned and unplanned. Beginning of the year we finally got around to planting the winter garden which is situated […]

17 Mar 19
Natural History Wanderings

The Solano Land Trust Flicker group has the following report for Jepson Prairie. Frits (F. liliacea) are in bloom, lots of Triphysaria, Blennosperma beginning to show, Limnanthes beginning to bloom. Muilla, Primula, Viola pedunculata, Pleuropogon (early phase), Plagiobothrys humistratus, Achyrachaena growing but no buds in view.

17 Mar 19
A Date with History

Today saw the sinking, within 20 minutes, of the passenger ship SS Utopia at Gibralter when it accidently rammed the battleship HMS Anson lying at anchor. At the Inquiry the captain, C J McKeague, who survived, was found, ‘to have commited a grave error’.(1) It was on 25th February 1891 that the Utopia set sail […]

17 Mar 19
derrickjknight

Stormy weather and a heavy cold have kept me indoors for the last week. Today the wind has dropped to 20 m.p.h. and the sun has shone. I therefore took a walk in the garden. Jackie now has the cold and is currently housebound. Our winter flowering cherry remains bright against the blue sky above. […]

17 Mar 19
ChokChok Garden

Brief description from the Face Shop website: “This low-irritant clarifying moisturizer takes care of excess oil and maintains skin’s oil and moisture balance. Custom-made formula Skin-sync Rx™ composed of betaglucan (maintains optimal moisture balance), chaga mushroom extract (soothes and calms skin), blue citrus peel extract (controls excess sebum).” Ingredients: water/eau, dipropylene glycol, cyclopentasiloxane, triethylhexanoin, glycerin, […]

17 Mar 19
Ann Mackay: Inspired by Nature

The weather has been quite wild here over the last week – very windy and wet too. (A huge change from the spring-like sunshine of late February.) So there has been no chance for anything staying still enough to take photographs outdoors. Luckily, I have some plants in pots that have been sitting in the […]