Well it is late March and Spring is definitely here! The weather has been warm and sunny. The daffodils are out and everywhere is looking bright green. We associate Spring with new life and new beginnings, with clearing out...Read More
Category: Organic Gardening
As I haven’t done much weeding in my garden, there are loads of beautiful dandelions in my garden and on my lawn. Dandelions always seem to cheer me up, I guess it is the flowers that remind me of the sun. I am not the...Read More
Last year I was very lucky to meet Brigit Strawbridge and hear her talk about her passion for bees. I attended a fabulous Green Living Workshop organised by Brigit, which covered wormeries and bokashi buckets (more on that in a...Read More
I love nettle tea and drank loads of it when I was pregnant with DS. Now is the perfect time of year (March to June) for fresh nettle tea, so this morning I popped out in my lovely wild garden, found a patch of nettles, cut the...Read More
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