Quote of the day:
“Just a minute” said a voice in the weeds.
So I stood still
in the day’s exquisite early morning light.
– Mary Oliver
Forage in June for:
Dog Rose, Elderflower, Ash Keys, Honeysuckle, Lime flowers, Ox-eye Daisies, Wild Strawberries
Tag Archives: Therfield Heath
Last year I discovered that I live very close to one of the largest colonies of pasque flowers in the country. Of course I hasten along to investigate and enjoy the delightful spectacle and this year I have kept a … Continue reading
It was because I had my heart set on taking photographs of the last of the chalk blue butterflies that I found myself tramping up the rolling hills of Therfield/Royston Heath on the hottest day of the year so far. … Continue reading
With the bright frosty starts we’ve been having this last week, it seemed like a perfect opportunity to take Sadie for a walk on Therfield Heath and check out the progress of the wild pasque flower colony growing there. It … Continue reading
Seeing the beautiful, unfurling Pasque flower at the Botanics the other day reminded me that I last year I discovered that I live close to one of the rare places in the UK where this little charmer grows wild and … Continue reading
Minus numbers on the thermometer this morning meant that gardening was not a good option first thing, but with bright blue skies and sunshine it was ideal walking weather, especially with hardly any wind. Sometimes I long to get a … Continue reading