This past week our friend continues to make progress from coronavirus. Transferred from ICU to a ward his treatment now … Continue reading Don’t Quit!
Day to day armed with a bladed tool, be it secateurs, loppers, lawn mower, edging shears, or hedge trimmer, I … Continue reading Pruning of a human kind
Rather like our regular bike rides full of challenging ups and downs, today started just like that. First thing this … Continue reading Life’s little ups & Downs
After a client in need contacted me last week, I am going back to work All of the gardens I … Continue reading Oh for the Little Things!
This week on government advice, like many other people – I am ‘home working’, in my garden this is unpaid in … Continue reading A Garden Tour
In the past week more and more restrictions have been put in place to try and slow the spread of … Continue reading Keeping active amid much change!
For now in these uncertain times I am fortunate to still be able to go to work. Almost all the … Continue reading Buried Treasures
The Singapore Botanic Gardens a UNESCO World Heritage Site covering 82 hectares with more than 150 years of important history … Continue reading Singapore pre Coronavirus Part 2
Singapore was our last stop on an exciting three month sabatical and a great way to break up a twenty … Continue reading Singapore pre coronavirus Part 1
Often after prolonged rain I can be found squelching about in muddy gardens. While the rain hammers down outside, I … Continue reading Out from the mud of a different kind