Monthly Archives: June 2010

My window-ledge garden

This is my window-ledge garden.  There’s radishes (in the foreground), lettuces, mint, a Christmas cactus, a spider-plant and away at the back, Flaming Katys.  Behind the camera there’s a sage, which is in flower. It’s not perfect – the lettuces … Continue reading

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Midsummer

The year is turning.  The days will gradually get shorter, the nights longer.  It is part of the natural progression, and it happens every year.  It is a sad change. I feel so restless.  The burgeoning sunlight and the lingering … Continue reading

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Welcome to Wilderness House

This is the place to step out of the fast lane.  A place which channels peace from golden beech woods in the Chilterns, contentment from the rolling green hills of Suffolk and wildness from the hazy uplands of Northumbria.  All … Continue reading

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