Borage, Bees and Blogging

When I saw an invitation on Twitter this morning (Tuesday) for anyone interesting in being a Guest Blogger,  I stuck my hand up.   “Me! I’d like to be a Guest Blogger”.

Please pay a visit to Ben Ranyard’s blog Higgledy Garden where you can read my guest post about Borage, Bees and Blogging.  Higgledy Garden is a Flower Farm who not only grow and supply traditional English flowers but also grow edible flowers.  You will find Ben’s blog, is full of interesting things.

Thank you Ben for offering me the opportunity to guest on your great blog.

10 thoughts on “Borage, Bees and Blogging

  1. Love this photo. I need to learn how to really use my camera. I still keep it on auto after nearly three years.

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    1. I start a 5 week course on get to know your camera at the local college on 20 September. Really looking forward to discovering how all the buttons and bells work.

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  2. Thank you for your lovely post. Hope you’re having a fantabulous day! 🙂
    Higgledy Ben

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    1. Thank you Ben – I hope you have had lots of visits to your Blog too.

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  3. Nice article, especially the info on different flavours of honey. My borage have become geriatric now but hoping to gather some seed. One of my favourite flowers too if only it were more self supporting.
    p.s. I never volunteer anything before coffee time – my head is too cloudy until then 😉

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    1. I know what you mean about them not being self supporting. After a heavy rain fall they just collapsed and that is why I finally pulled them up.

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  4. I grew borage years ago and loved the blue flowers, it came up again year after year, but sadly has disappeared now. Perhaps I should try again. I watched the Countrywise kitchen programme too and drooled over his pancakes with honey and clotted cream!

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    1. I have been told that some plants need a rest and you may find it will appear again next year. Yes, the pancakes looked lovely didnt they!

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  5. I have never grown borage, but it does have lovely flowers! I am glad the bees liked it! BTW – I just celebrated #60, too!

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    1. Belated Happy Birthday! Did you celebrate in style? I have just visited your blog and commented on your fabulous rain photos.

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