Balance

We rarely reach the point in life where we can say ‘I have achieved my perfect balance.’ But there are moments. I had one this morning, in the middle of a very unromantic task: taking the kitchen waste out to the compost heap. The light was catching the veg patch just so. I could smell…

Yoga for Gardeners

There is a natural continuity between yoga and gardening. I thought I would have a little fun post with my favourite yoga postures in the garden.

The Walk to the Boulangerie

We have just returned from a holiday in France.  I got into a habit whilst we were there of walking to the Boulangerie for bread and croissants each morning.  Before anyone else was awake. I woke up at about seven, pulled on my clothes oh-so-quietly, made a cup of tea oh-so-quietly, and crept across the…

Another dimension: making use of form

The tagline to my website is ‘the sensory pleasures and earthy delights of gardening’.  What I mean by that is making the most of all the sensory qualities of plants in the garden, in order to really enjoy all it has to offer. Our enjoyment of the garden includes taking in information from all our…