Roses, Roses, Roses

I admit it. I am an unabashed lover of roses. Whether in my hand or in the landscape, roses make me smile and feel just a little bit better, no matter how bad the day has been. Who can resist he feel of their silky petals and the wonderful aroma they give off? In honor

The Twelve Herbs of Christmas

Medieval Sheet Music

At this time of year the shortening days and cooler temperatures mean that not much is happening in our gardens. Even so herbs can still be part of our fun. In the spirit of this festive time, I have created my own lyrics to “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” For each day in the song,

Basil In a Renaissance Garden

In my life journey through the world of herbs I have always been fascinated with the history behind the plants we grow today. In recent weeks I have been renewing my interest in this aspect of herbs and decided for this post to give you a taste of the delights to be found in old

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By perseverance the snail reached the ark.Charles Spurgeon
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