Talk on Corners - Part 1

I think this is going to be a series of three posts on the “corner border” a large border that is a key part of the master plan, which I […]

No Time Like the Crescent

The Crescent is a narrow strip of border with one end attached to Magnolia Hill. Its shape was dictatedĀ from having a large semi-circular border marked on one side of the […]

The New Front Border - Part 2

In Part 1 of “The New Front Border”, I described a front border that began with good intentions, but mutated from a dream into a nightmare in two years. The […]

Parental Haul

It’s always good going to see the parents, granted that I do end up falling asleep most visits because I’m usually so tired from gardening and work. The latest visit […]

The New Front Border - Part 1

The front border is a narrow semi-circle, which the drive wraps around forming the “in and out”. It has gone through many iterations; when we first saw it, it was […]

Snippets - Part 2

Continuing the theme of random garden pictures for the purposes of assembling a blog post, here are the next set of headline horticultural items. The Zantedeschia have over-wintered fine. They […]

Revving at the Starting Line

It’s been very busy in the garden. Since the clocks went forward a while ago now, there has been increasingly more time to work in the garden on weekday evenings, […]

Snippets - Part 1

Here are a couple of pictures about the garden that I took with no particular theme, relation or intent other than the fact that they may be useful for a […]