This is a new blog about Home and Garden which puts emphasis on the necessity of the existence of both. Home is something everyone is very much fond of especially if it’s our own home. You work and earn to keep your home and family happy and healthy. And a good home always requires a […]Read More Home and Garden: is really necessary the existence of both?
Mrs Greville’s rose garden at Polesden Lacey in the Surrey Hills is set out in a simple cross pattern, with long, box-edged, wooden pergolas, adjoining seams of ‘Munstead’ and deeper ‘Hidcote’ lavenders, walls draped in clematis and a water tower festooned in an old Chinese wisteria, it is a mass of pink and white in […]Read More Garden Portrait: Mrs Greville’s Rose Garden — Earth laughs in flowers
In 2003, bush-fires ravaged the old Nil Desperandum homestead. After the fires, the historic rammed-earth cottage was re-built to the original 1896 design. Nil Desperandum forms part of the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve (near Canberra). Amidst the devastation wrought by the fires, a part of a commercial camellia plantation somehow managed to survive. Surrounded by dense […] […]Read More Miracle Garden — Reflections of An Untidy Mind
In autumn 2017 my aunt gave me a little notebook as a belated birthday present, and I decided I would use it to start keeping an ‘analogue’ garden diary. After all, my online ‘Edinburgh Garden Diary’ had been going for four years, and I had been inspired by various other garden bloggers who keep written […] […]Read More My garden diary in 2018 — Edinburgh Garden Diary
Follow us that in the next few days I will show you how to change the land that you have around your house into a beautiful garden. Develop the idea of planting a beautiful and healthy garden. We’ll show you some great ideas to help you get started and better link the plants in […]Read More Introducing plants into the home