Love the berries and hollies always!
Again, there are few berries on the tall, seedling American holly (Ilex opaca, below) in the rear garden that can positively be identified as female. There are handfuls of the native American hollies in and near the garden, with many smaller seedling hollies at the edges, and others deeper into the forest that borders it. […]
Wishing Everyone with Wonderful Thanksgiving Day Celebration.
Sending the same greetings to you, Wendy at My Plaid Heart! Prayer of Thanks by Ralph Waldo Emerson For each new morning with its light, For rest and shelter of the night, For health and food, For love and friends, For everything Thy goodness sends. Wishing all of my fellow American friends a very happy […]
Very well indeed!
In our personal experience, cooking is an art and not a science. This is because we like experimenting with various new combinations of seasonal vegetables, fruits and nuts; locally available produce, fish and meats. The following are the most recent results of our cooking escapades – thought of sharing them for your enjoyment. If you […]
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The natural beauty of various foliage and plants around us re-confirm the complexity of nature. The changing colours of the leaves of trees, shrubs and many deciduous or herbaceous plants are something to be appreciated. Sharing you some of the Autumnal colours that surround us …
This particular cultivar of Flanders Poppy now referred to as ‘Remembrance Poppy’ is a very nice touch that was integrated in our garden while we commemorate the 100th Years Anniversary of the WW1 Ending. Their beauty allow us to keep remembering the souls of the soldiers who gave their lives during the World War I […]
The Festival of Lights brings colourful celebrations across cultures … To view more of Lord Toby’s fun activities, please visit the link of His Majesty’s Conversations Page.
It is a fantastic weather today as it felt like Summer day during Autumn. Our blue-eyed Lord Toby enjoyed his moments in the garden. To view more of Lord Toby’s fun activities, please visit the link of His Majesty’s Conversations Page.