For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven. A time to be born and a time to die. A time to plant and a time to harvest. Winter often has the appearance of peace and stillness, but beneath the frost and snow the earth is at work, preparing for … Continue reading For everything there is a season
I have finally done it, I have finally sat down and actually written a blog post! The last few months have been so busy and exhausting that trying to take the time to write a blog just hasn’t happened. The truth is that I have also struggled for inspiration to write, the pressure to write … Continue reading Where did Summer go?!
My social media feeds have been completely overwhelmed this last week with beautiful photography and exquisite writing, all highlighting the wondrous beauty that are British flowers. The reason for this explosion is that up and down the land flower growers, florists and enthusiasts have been celebrating British Flowers Week. A fabulous week designed to celebrate … Continue reading British Flowers Week 2016
Not so much a blog post but, as the title suggests, an ode to all the glories of the kings and queens of Spring, the tulip! This Spring at Ginger House Garden has been all about the tulip, more than any other flower they have brought colour and joy to the patch. We picked our … Continue reading An ode to the tulip…
There is small satisfaction and delight as the garden begins to reveal itself after its Winter slumber. Small pockets of colour and life 'spring' up, bringing cheer and joy, whether it may be a clump of muscari, a pot of hyacinths rich with their heady scent, or the calming serenity of hellebores in all their … Continue reading Spring In The Garden