End of Month View – August 2015

I am very lax in writing an End of Month View (EOMV) on the blog but I am sure you will forgive me if at least I do post an occasional update. When reading the majority of the EOMV posts from gardeners in the UK you will probably find mention the abysmal summer weather.  We have … Continue reading End of Month View – August 2015

Garden Bloggers Foliage Day – February Foliage

Gosh I am on a roll!  Having not written anything on the blog for three months, all of a sudden I have found things to blog about again.  This is my third blog post in as many days - readers will be suffering from Hurtledto60 overload if I am not careful, so I will keep … Continue reading Garden Bloggers Foliage Day – February Foliage

Eric Has Been Removed and I Am Back in My Garden

Hello there, I am back and Eric has been evicted!!   This post is in two parts, the first a health update and then a garden update.  You are free to skim the first part and go to the garden, which  is probably of more interest. Eric's eviction  As I woke from the anaesthetic I remember … Continue reading Eric Has Been Removed and I Am Back in My Garden

End of Month View: November 2012

Yesterday morning, when I left for work, there was a heavy frost and traveling on the train through the Sussex countryside was a joy to behold.  To me one of the most beautiful views is when the trees and fields are coated in a hoar frost.  This morning there was another heavy frost which made … Continue reading End of Month View: November 2012

14 things in my garden this week.

The saddest thing about not working locally anymore is that now the days are shorter, I leave the house just as the sun is rising and I get home in the dark.  No longer am I able to potter in the garden morning and evenings with work sandwiched in between.   There is no opportunity … Continue reading 14 things in my garden this week.