3/2/22 – Following a wonderfully interactive look at the rabbit and hare, we were delighted to be able to present Beuno ward in Llandudno hospital, with their Grow4it resource pack. Thanks to the support of CVSC. A different way to end the hour – it usually ends with folks exchanging recipe’s for rabbit stew orContinue reading “News”

We’re Growing4it!

31/1/22 – More patients are benefitting from our unique interactive nature studies! Thanks to Community & Voluntary Support Conwy (CVSC) and Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council (DVSC), our Grow4it project is continuing to Grow4it! With their support we are now delivering our services into 4 hospitals across North Wales. See what some of the patients have to say ….Continue reading “We’re Growing4it!”

Ponderings from the Polytunnel

Someone else’s story. Sitting at the top of the forsythia, my morning alarm clock can be heard advertising his presence. With the ‘full throated ease’ of his cousin the nightingale, Bob opens his mouth and the most incredible, bittersweet sound comes out – like water gently trickling down rocks. There’s a tinge of sadness inContinue reading “Ponderings from the Polytunnel”

Ponderings from the Polytunnel

The critters have the last word! Any creation is the expression of its’ creator’s creativity. When we look at a painting or listen to a piece of music, we see a glimpse of the heart of the artist and the composer. They’re communicating something to us. Sometimes, we hear what isn’t being said or seeContinue reading “Ponderings from the Polytunnel”

Nearly didn’t make it!

Last time I said I’d see you in Oct – only just made it! It’s been a funny month in the garden. Mild, with heaps of the wet stuff but not so much of the bright stuff. Crops are taking a long time to ripen and the veggie plot looks desperately untidy, spent, tired andContinue reading “Nearly didn’t make it!”

Ponderings from the Polytunnel

I don’t know what to call this one! It’s been hanging in the air for a while now. Sometimes you could smell it, sometimes you could hear and feel it but now we’re beginning to see it. The natural world is savvy and has been preparing for it, and now the change is finally here.Continue reading “Ponderings from the Polytunnel”

Summing up September – something different

Garden life in photographs – chickens, squirrels, wasps, a rogue rat, flowers, harvest, preserves, frogs, kindling, children, dogs and foxes – it’s been busy in my little haven! Figs, plums, greengages, apples, hazelnuts, melons, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, courgettes, giant mushrooms, tomatoes, potatoes, salad leaves, spring onions, cucumbers, eggs, herbs, and a few late strawberries haveContinue reading “Summing up September – something different”

I had the pleasure of hosting Monica from the Travel Hack last week.

And this is her lovely review. The link will take you to her website – which is well worth a look at. Groceries from the garden: Learning more about self sufficiency with Isa Lamb – The Travel Hack (photo – Monica Stott – The Travel Hack)

Ponderings from the Polytunnel

Daylight Robbery He sat on the garden fence. Under the pretence of attending to his ablutions, the criminal mastermind formulated his cunning plan. He suddenly stopped what he was doing, and with a tweak and a twirl of his dastardly whiskers, he let out a maniacal laugh before parkouring his way to his shiny rubyContinue reading “Ponderings from the Polytunnel”

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