There are lots of hawthorn bushes nearby and the flowers are very pretty. These were taken a little earlier in the year on one of
We’re still under fairly strict restrictions here so I’ve been enjoying watching the garden birds. I think the dunnock and robin are juveniles? They look
My choice for June 2nd is another flower that was already in situ, but I do know what it is (with the help of Google)
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt The theme for Sunday Stills this week is ‘straight’. The first thing that
There are lots of goldfinches about this year and they seem to like spending time at the very top of the conifer tree in the
Posted for Bren’s Floral Friday and Cee’s Flower of the Day (May 29th) I noticed this pretty wildflower in the hedgerow on my walk this morning.
For Cee’s flower of the day challenge today (26th May) I’ve chosen the first two clematis flowers of the year. Check out Cee’s post here.
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt This week’s theme is WaterWorld, which I took literally and chose to show
Posted for Bren’s Floral Friday and Cee’s Flower of the Day (May 22nd) This cute little viola was grown from one of the Little Garden pots that M&S were
What is it about our national bird, the robin, that captures the imagination? It has a friendly human name, although the original name was just
Posted for Bren’s Floral Friday and Cee’s Flower of the Day. The azalea buds are just beginning to open.
This is another plant/shrub that must have been in the garden before we moved in. I have no idea what it is, so any suggestions
Photos by Jez is the new host for Water Water Everywhere, a weekly challenge posted on a Monday. There was certainly a lot of water
My choice for Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge is a rose. I’ve no idea what kind of rose it is. It appeared a couple
I decided on the circular route this morning, taking us down the path away from the coast The hawthorn hedges were a picture, full of
The Bishop’s Palace and Gardens sits adjacent to the Wells Cathedral in Somerset. It’s been the home of the Bishops of Bath and Wells for
My choice for the flower of the day (2nd May) is Geum. Quite a small flower by themselves but a lovely show when the plant
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt You can find Terri’s post here. I’m not sure if it’s National Pet Parents
The flower of the day today, 25th April, is Wild Marigold. It was already established in the garden when we moved in and I always
I haven’t seen a wren for such a long time, it was a treat to see this one collecting nesting material. This dunnock framed himself
I’m joining in with the photo challenge over on Dutch Goes The Photo The subject is animals and how they can be a source of
This tiny, pretty little butterfly was fluttering around the garden as I sat in the sunshine. Too quick for me to get close with the