A Moment With The White Viola

There is so much perfection in one tiny flower. This white viola is one small part of a constellation of blooms in my organic garden. Like stars they light me up when I see their pretty faces and I watch how the native bees love to sip their nectar. There is such grace in a … Continue reading A Moment With The White Viola

When Bees Are Safer, We Shall Be Safer Too

Below is a combined version of a couple of notes which I wrote about our environment in mid 2013, still sadly and incredibly relevant ... Although great strides have been made, and it looks as though possibly the tide is slowly turning at last, there is much work to be done. We must listen to the signs that the … Continue reading When Bees Are Safer, We Shall Be Safer Too

Elegantly Fading Tulips

No matter their colour, a simple bunch of tulips is always welcome, with their quiet freshness and stunning simplicity. A vase full of tulips never fails to delight, even as they quietly fade ... Quite unlike many other flowers, over time tulips fade with elegance, beauty and grace, such as these lovely red ones above, whose blooms matured with ever increasing richness … Continue reading Elegantly Fading Tulips

A Rose without a Name

As I sorted through some photographs of my organic country garden today, I was spellbound by the pictures of flowers and greenery, looking forward to the Summer time, when all will be in bloom once more. Amongst my photographs of a July past, I came across this picture of a beautiful rose, which was growing … Continue reading A Rose without a Name