Plant-based Babybel, first impressions food review
A few things blooming in the garden. #florespodence The Peach rose was planted in memory of my beloved one eyed cat Peaches. The lilac is looking good this year. The Wisteria grows up a pollarded Silver Birch. Don’t know what the tiny bright blue flowers are but the colour is intense.
Rained over night and still raining. Not the heavy downpour rain, but the soft gentle rain that seeps through the parched soil and rehydrates the earth and roots. Its droplets sparkle on petals and leaves and rids the dusty coat worn by so many living things these past few weeks.
The Pluck, Swansea; decent trees, plenty of native and non-native ferns. Sidenote: nice walk, good pond.
Following on from this thread of growing trees from seed, a small collection of ours. Some we give away, some go into hedging gaps & some we bonsai.
Top left - Hazel & Sycamore
Top right - Horse Chestnut
Bottom left - Mountain Ash
Bottom middle - grouping of Horse Chestnuts grown from conkers. The crowns & roots are trimmed to bonsai them. They are over 30 years old now.
Bottom right - Conifers
Hello, I'm Chris Were and this is a diary which covers my adventures with plants.
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