On my fourth and last day on the Jurassic Coast, I had planned to walk to West Bay, then catch the bus to Waymouth and spend the night there. But my plans changed when I woke up to overcast skies and a chance of rain. It never actually rained that day but it remained overcast. […]
This “project” began as country after country closed down. Covid was sweeping across the world and suddenly we were asked to remain at home, unsure of what the future held for us. Knowing I wouldn’t be able to go out, I decided to bring nature in. My eyes became more attuned to the flowers in […]
As soon as Lockdown ended and places began to reopen, I ventured out to the botanical garden in Grüningen. The garden was founded in 1961, as a private garden with a large collection of trees and shrubs. Now it is a quiet place to walk in peace.
While working on my study of tulips in the garden, I was already planing on doing the same for the roses in my garden. I have to warn you, that in the following post not all roses in my garden are represented. This is because I have early and late bloomers. As with tulips, I […]
Tulips have always fascinated me and over the years I have learned that they don’t all look like something painted by a Dutch master, but rather come in all shapes and colors. I have several different ones in my garden but every year I add more. There is always a tulip, more often than not […]