58. How Does Your Garden Grow?

Roses in the Walled Garden at Mottisfont

This week is all about total escapism. I know what you are thinking… ‘But Saurus – escapism from what? What’s up sugar tits?’ Oh my friends, it’s the squirrel apocalypse, it’s happening, it’s happening now. First the squirrel banging on my back door (once again, not a euphemism) and now, every morning, half a dozen […]

57. How Does Your Garden Grow?

Peonies at Exbury Gardens, Hampshire

After a week of having a big cross painted on our front door, along with a chap ringing a bell shouting ‘UNCLEEEEEEAN’, I can confirm that the chicken pox has not subsided chez Saurus and the children back at school. I didn’t think that I’ve have any photos to show for this week, having spent […]

56. How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Something else a bit odd has been happening, once a day for the past 3 days a squirrel has been banging on my back door (and no that is NOT a euphemism). The patio doors, right by where I sit on the computer, pounding his little furry fists on the glass, eyeballing me. Could this be the beginning of the squirrel zombie apocalypse? Be afraid – be very afraid…

54. How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow, garden inspiration, weekly gardening linky, gardening blogs,Spring in the garden, Photos of Hestercombe Gardens

This weeks How Does Your Garden Grow? photos come from Hestercombe Gardens, which we visited whilst enjoying this past weekend away in Somerset. The sun shone all weekend, the children were in the best of moods and we really did have some much needed quality family time. Hestercombe is a unique combination of three centuries […]

52. How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow, garden inspiration, weekly gardening linky, gardening blogs,Spring in the garden,

Happy Birthday to us, Happy Birthday to us, Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday…. Happy Birthday to us! One whole year of How Does Your Garden Grow?! Where’s the time gone?! I was stood in my mums garden at the weekend, taking photos of all things bright and beautiful and smiled to myself contentedly remembering that it […]