Slow Botany

Well, I just love this little piece today by The Dabbler on Slow Botany. As explained, “Slow botany developed as a reaction against all those

Apparently Doing Nothing

The most serious gardening I do would seem very strange to an onlooker, for it involves hours of walking round in circles, apparently doing nothing.

Motion camera

Spouse gave me a motion camera for our anniversary this year, in March, and it’s been great fun to see  what animals are in our

crocuses, 13 April 2012

Successive Aprils

One of my favourite permaculture principles is “Observe & Interact.” There are many ways to observe and interact; one is to notice how the garden

Keeping a Record

Keeping a record of what’s going on in your garden isn’t for everyone, but it has proven valuable for me, as a learning tool, an