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The Midnight GardenThe Midnight Garden

One gardener's observations, discoveries and random thoughts whilst si...

 
Gardening for healthGardening for health

Promoting the physical, mental and social benefit of gardening to a wide ra...

 
Look at the Pretty ShinyLook at the Pretty Shiny

Interior design & decorating ideas from a busy woman on a tight budget

 


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This autumn has been more about doing things than taking photos (for me). Compared to the typical number of photos I take in a given month, these past few months have been downright dry. Perhaps my eye injury has had something to do with it — i...

 Storm after storm moves in from the Pacific and we are inundated with rain and wind. The sun shines for a brief while before the clouds scud across to cover it once again. These are good days for sewing projects accompanied by cups of tea. ...

Blinking mole hills. What can I say, but if you have them then you'll know where I'm coming from. Thought I'd party with them. If you can't beat them, join them.Ellen Dean...

When it comes to your garden, you may be thinking that raised beds will help create a defined, aesthetically-pleasing space to work in and some necessary separation of your garden from the rest of the grass, critters, and vermin in your yard. And you...

Growing vegetables indoors takes some finesse, but is entirely possible. It’s even doable for beginners, if you’re willing to do a little research (and maybe practice on a couple of houseplants first); and if you’re an intermediate gardener, we...

 This morning dawned still and cloudy. We turned on a few lights at 7 am. Whispers of change are in the air - a bit more wind, temperatures that require a light sweater, and leaves that are losing their brightness. We are very thankful for...

 Reddening apples are a sure sign that summer days are numbered. That, along with much cooler temperatures and cloudy skies. The bright greens of early summer mellow and soften into duller shades. I'm not nearly ready to let go of summer yet, an...