The season is slowly changing from summer to early autumn. This is something that I, personally, am not complaining about. I am generally not a fan of summer and this year has been particularly hot. I love the refreshing season of autumn which follows though, with its bright colours, earthy smells and the sense of… Continue reading Potato harvesting at The Good Life.
It's now high summer. The weather is scorching hot. Most of the plants in the garden are yellowing and wilted from lack of rain. Our lawn vaguely resembles the African savannah. Insects and birds are flitting about. The flowers are beginning to turn into fruits. It's a long time since I posted on my blog.… Continue reading Goings on at The Good Life
As we reach the Spring Equinox the garden is looking glorious. Blue tits are flirting and feeding amongst the line of birth trees next to my patio. The birch trees themselves are covered in silvery buds, soft as satin. Crocuses and daffodils are flowering in the pots. Further afield in the garden, the cherry tree… Continue reading Sowing seeds at the Good Life.