July 6, 2019

This month we see a move towards our festival catering. We will be attending the fabulous Moonbeams at Wold Top Brewery and then the wonderful Jazz Festival at Burton Agnes Hall. Towards the end of the month we are catering for a wonderful couple at their festival styl...

June

    Oregano, Parsley, Coriander, Sweet Basil, Thai Basil, Sage, Purple Sage, Pineapple Sage, French Tarragon, Lemon Verbena – the gardens are bursting with herbs – we’re picking by the basketful. Chives, Sorrel, Salad Burnet – they’re all going into the kitche...

May

    The days are longer and warmer and I don’t want to come indoors – theres too much happening to miss a moment. Acid green Euphorbias and Purple Sensation Alliums are lighting up the  Spring border and the tulips I planted far too late in December have proven the...

April

    The month began with rain and slush as the snow thawed but by the end there was sunshine, followed by more rain – it is April! Spring has finally arrived and everything is bursting into life.

    Potatoes that were chitted last month have gone into the gro...

March

    Busy times in the garden, March is all about preparation. The groundwork, the hustle bustle before the main event. I love March for the promise it brings – everyday something is changing, appearing, emerging and gearing up ready to burst onto the scene. T...

February

   Mud and burrowed in weeds greeted me in February – the month of bitter cold winds and stinging hailstones, but also woolly scarves and garden planning. This time last year the raised beds didn’t exist, the garden was mapped out in canes and string and the ha...

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