Month: June 2012

Oops! I did it again

Well, it was always going to happen. A dear friend and I made the lengthy pilgrimage to Sissinghurst today and we returned home with box of gems, smaller than it might of been but too […]

So far, so good!

It is now just over three weeks since I started this blog, and so far it’s been a great experience. I hoped it might encourage me to share my love of plants, gardens and gardening. […]

True Blue

This little gem of a plant is Convolvulus sabatius, otherwise known as Blue Rock Bindweed.  Unlike its invasive, white-flowered cousin it does not spread like wildfire and make itself generally unwelcome.  Instead, it cascades delicately over […]