Deriving from the Greek word harmony and balanced universe, can the cosmos plant help me create a harmonious garden? Before I started to become interested in growing my own food and growing my own flowers, my gardening skills and creativity were a little slap dash. I would find a pretty flower I liked, order it in… Continue reading Cosmos- balanced universe or planting harmony?
January. . . What a month, I'm honestly really glad its over. I know it’s not just me but throughout January I have been desperate to get sowing seeds, desperate for spring, desperate for longer,lighter hours that I’ve kind of been wishing my life away without really realising it. Since I posted my last blog I’ve been… Continue reading Sweet pea & chilli seeds
If like me you use gardening as a tool to help keep your mental health under control, you might find that January can be a little bit harder than expected. I am sure a few people reading this won’t have read my first blog post ‘Allotment therapy’ so you may not know that since march 2017… Continue reading January blues
So here we are hello 2018 and goodbye to 2017(sorry I’m a little late to the party). Saying goodbye to 2017 is a little bit bittersweet, for anyone that has read my first blog, they will know I am extremely happy to see the back of 2017, but how can I be so happy about… Continue reading Welcome 2018
She crawled through the hole of a needle with the cotton bound to her. So with her hands in the earth releasing all of her negativity, she planted a seed to watch it grow and now she herself has bloomed 💚
So I did it, I decided to write my first ever blog after posting an Instagram poll. It is something I have wanted to do but plucking up the courage is always difficult, so Instagram decided for me. Who is my little allotment? Hello I'm Kirsty, 28, wife, mummy of two daughters, and the owner of my little… Continue reading Allotment Therapy