Shed of The Year 2019 and the Dunbar Number; Bees are Back; Jewelled Insects. — thegardenimpressionists

In a blatant bit of promotional activity, I’m asking any readers of this to support “The Hut” in a public vote to find the Cuprinol Shed of The Year 2019. Having decided to enter “The Hut” into this annual national competition back in spring, it was a big surprise to be contacted about a month […]

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Didn’t promised a rose garden — Le Drake Noir

The painter Claude Monet has put a huge imprint on the area. Both in Honfleur and the area further along the river Seine. Both with his well-visited garden and artist “spots” in the area. As usual inspired by “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.

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Monday walk…the green fairy garden — This, that and the other thing

While in or near Fougerolles, we kept seeing signs for le jardin de la fée verte (the garden of the green fairy). Hmmm, didn’t really sound like our style. However, having almost missed several other wonderful places because we thought they might be a bit twee, we finally decide to stop at Distillerie Paul Devoille […]

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Onions, The Fruit Of The Gods It Is Said — The Art Of Monteque

By Jannie Vaught For this gardener, it is the first to plant in January through February and the reason we prepared our soil and it is now ready to receive the starts. Your Local Feed stores have them in now. For our growing area, they are Short Day onions. LLano Feed and Supply in LLano […]

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