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Foliage Follow-Up – September 2016

A couple of days late, but figured I wanted to join in with Pam at Digging’s monthly meme anyway, celebrating the best and boldest of any garden – the foliage!┬áHead over there for a treat you don’t often see, and … Continue reading

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Wednesday Vignette – Gentle lovers

The other day, I visited a greenhouse that could very well have been where Professor Pomona Sprout brewed her Mandrake Restorative Draught. Many of the plants in there were incredibly anthropomorphic, their odd, contorted shapes being strangely expressive. Honestly, I … Continue reading

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Wednesday Vignette – Bejeweled blacktop

So spectacular, yet so fleeting… Beauty is everywhere.

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This weeks fave – gnarly little Ulmus Parvifolia ‘Seiju’

I do adore it – my little Ulmus parvifolia ‘Seiju’. It is a dwarf type of Elm that looks like no other. Its branching structure looks like a fishbone, and its leaves are tiny – smaller than mouse ears – … Continue reading

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Rubus lineatus – not quite on the wild side…

Originally posted on The Creative Flux:
You can always tell the pot smokers from the non-users the first time they as new visitors walks up our driveway. At a particular point in this short journey, the hemp users invariably jump,…

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