As the last golden days of autumn fade, try these little tiny witneer treats to lighten the days
If you are planning to visit just one fishing village in Cornwall then make it Cadgwith sheltering in the lea of the most southerly point of The Lizard.
I’ve come to treasure the changing face of autumn in the garden – the mellow shades of gold and russet that deck the leaves, the low subtle light and the ever-changing skies. Now is the time for planning a little bit for the promise of warmer days to come when winter gives way to spring, […]
St Michael’s Mount is the jewel of Mounts Bay with a history full of myths and legends. The Mount has seen life as former priory and site of Pilgrimage; as a Castle and finally an opulent Country House. Today it is one of the National Trusts most loved and visited locations
Autumn can bring its own consolation with days of bright sunshine hen summer lingers on.
I would like to say October’s garden diary was full of golden mellow days but two gales scorched through the gardens this month in quick succession, reorganising our carefully planned gardening schedule into one long raking session. This October we’ve had time to finish clearing the hedge in the Italian Garden and resurface the car […]
Each day now I watch the starlings begin to group and gather in flocks overhead, swooping in their timeless ballet of the air in ever changing patterns. With the change of the season maybe they scent of winter ahead and they have begun to seek the marshes in Marazion each evening for their nightly roost […]
As I watch the garden mellow this month into the subtle shades of autumn, I can almost hear the ticking clock of the season – louder now with the change in the hour this weekend. But we are lucky here at Ednovean Farm that the garden remains vibrant, with the big clumps of Pampas grasses […]
I nearly didn’t write an update this month as I generally find November a somnolent month, a sort of halfway house to winter in an undecided state of semi hibernation. But this week we had such a lovely day catching up with our garden jobs I took a few snaps and here we are ready […]
Welcome to my monthly diary as I continues to follow the life at our garden at Ednovean Farm through October and into the autumn. No sooner had the last diary been posted than the first gale of autumn swept through the garden scattering the strappy spent fronds from the Cordyline australis across the lawn and […]