Tag: friday flowers


Lest we forget that before becoming the iconic Remembrance, or Flanders, flower, the common poppy was that exuberantly fertile wildflower of our cornfields and a sighting of flame red rivers running through golden corn never failed to thrill – except for farmers, who through… Continue Reading “Coquelicot”

Far From Mellow

If I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own backyard. Because if it isn’t there, I never really lost it to begin with!” The Wizard Of Oz Just an easy walk up from my small… Continue Reading “Far From Mellow”

Friday Flowers 2.8.19

I decided that I would not grow Anemone de Caen again as the amount of foliage was disproportionate to the number of blooms. I’ve since discovered they are best sown now for flowering next Spring but I have done this back to front. The… Continue Reading “Friday Flowers 2.8.19”