Tag Archives: Garden

Bees

What a joy it is to see the bees enjoy the comfrey. I recently read a post on Trevor’s Kitchen Garden which inspired me to spend a few minutes standing by my comfrey patch, observing. As Trevor said, comfrey is … Continue reading

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Optimistic Potatoes

Oh man. I began this blog with a very optimistic post about potatoes. It was all very meaningful, but after spending a weekend digging in dung and wheeling barrows of soil around the garden, my back is sore. I may … Continue reading

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Standing Still

I clicked on a link in an email today and it brought me to a blog I love – Foxglove Lane.  Catherine (whose every post is lovely, by the way – have a look) talked about the notion of letting … Continue reading

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On Looking Up

On a grey Sunday in early November I finally dug out the last of my potatoes. They were beautiful – big, pink oblongs of luscious spud buried in the incredible soil I’d bought from a company in Donegal at the … Continue reading

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