Tag Archives: “My Garden Age”

Aimlessly Aiming

It’s a dryin’ lovely, Michalmas daisy kind of day; A bulb planting, sow the seeds of spring beginning. The old age starting of a new life, a year at a time. My Garden Age.   Less of a young years … Continue reading

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My Garden Age 3

It’s been a three years since I last wrote about my garden.  (You can see all the earlier posts on my garden by clicking on “My Garden Age” in the TAG CLOUD). This year has been a particularly good year … Continue reading

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My Garden Age – Apple Tree

Not to be outdone by the spring flowers, (see my last post) the cox’s apple tree is just breaking into bloom , waking from its winter slumber.    How many more years will this grandfather of the garden continue to deliver … Continue reading

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My Garden Age – Spring Flowers

Spring just has to be one of the best times of the year in the garden.  After the hibernation of colour through the winter months the daffodils in February/March herald the beginning of a rainbow.  Now by April/May the picture … Continue reading

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“Flowers are Friends”

In this wettest of summers, the garden has kept growing at a furious pace, weeds and all.  Everywhere is endlessly green.  Perhaps this is the real green party :-). The trouble is that the rain and the green get relentlessly … Continue reading

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“My Garden Age” 2

It’s a windy apples-off-the-trees blow-away day.  Signs of summer fading fast.  Early autumn breeze wrestling with the browning leaves. Yet the garden still has much to give in its green old age.  The last flush of the roses as beautiful … Continue reading

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“My Garden Age”

My Grandfather was a professional gardener, who worked for a garden enthusiast and writer – Avery Tipping.  Together they renovated several manor house gardens in the Chepstow area of Monmouthshire.  At one time there were over 40 gardeners working for my … Continue reading

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