I am currently reading these stories by Gabriel García Márquez: The Editor’s note to this book of stories begins: Gabriel García Márquez called journalism “the best job in the world” and he … Continue reading the scandal of the century [and other writings]
I visited the Ormiston Yew on Monday 7th September 2020:
My fascination with Yew trees has neither a beginning nor an end.
March 1971; the advice of Dr David G. Hessayon: Note: the above photograph is of Cothall tool shed, Altyre, Moray.
I was delighted to read of this appointment. I would like to wish Kate White all the very best in her new role. I am particularly passionate about community gardens … Continue reading “A fantastic space for the community and visitors”
In today’s Herald, Rab McNeill shares the wonder of reading previously unpublished poems by Nan Shepherd and how this inspired him to add a line from one of these poems … Continue reading “rock that is older than thought”
There is something extraordinarily delicate about Japanese anemones, yet they are as tough as ‘weeds’!
Five short films on Mossgrove garden, Bridge of Allan: I would like to dedicate this series of films to my cousin Adrian.
The fifth film in a series on our garden. Music credit: Garden Song – a cover of this Phoebe Bridgers song by Anton TL
The fourth film in a series on our garden Music Credit: The Garden (acoustic cover)
This is the third film based on our garden. Music credit: ‘Garden’ by C. Duncan
This is the second film I have made for a series on our garden. Music credit: Scarborough Fair – a beautiful cover of this Simon and Garfunkel song by Mike … Continue reading reaching like a sweet pea for the sun