Welcome to week 5 of my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series. I love my garden, and over the last 4 years I have learnt a lot about gardening and about growing your own plants from seeds. However one thing I have yet to try is propagation. It’s a subject that has always seemed a little bit daunting to me, but this year I may just dabble in it a little!
This is a really simple easter artwork project, suitable for pre-school or primary school age children. We did this a few weeks ago as Isla’s entry for her school Spring artwork competition. Read on to find out how we got on.
It didn’t disappoint! Our family Bushcraft day was amazing. We were really fortunate with the weather, and the sun actually shone! It was so lovely to spend the whole day outside as a family and everyone was so relaxed. A great fun, but relaxing family day out.
Welcome to week 4 of my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series. The weather has been glorious the last few days and it’s a great time to get the kids away from the TV, laptop or whatever electronic device that has their attention , and get them out into the garden. If you need more inspiration why you and the rest of the family should spend more time outside then read on……… View Post
It’s such a cliché I know, but I seriously I can’t believe where the time has gone. On Monday, my youngest, my little blue eyed baby boy, my Oliver became 4 years old.
So it’s week 3 already of my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series. With the weather starting to brighten up, there’s nothing quite like a good old fashioned BBQ to get people outside enjoying their gardens. BBQs don’t have to be reserved just for meat eaters, there are plenty of vegetarian options too, and today we are going to look at a few veggie BBQ ideas.
I love making Jams and other preserves, but this is the first time I’ve tried making Lemon curd. It was surprisingly easy, and turned out really well, filling the kitchen with the scent of fresh lemons, what’s not to love! View Post