My garden in March

My garden in March

Three weeks ago I shared pictures with my garden and talked about the new lawn. Well, it’s for the new update: My garden in March. I took the pictures a couple of days ago, when the weather was nicer. Now is raining, and while the garden still looks lovely, I’m not keen on spending time […]


My garden in February

I will make a monthly update of my garden, starting with this one, on February. Another one will follow at the end of the month, on March, of course. The garden looks a bit bare from afar, but the things change when you take a closer look, which is lovely. I’ve planted some bulbs and […]

Garden Update

Garden Update

I didn’t imagine that in late October I’m going to make a garden update. A few months ago I shared pictures with my newly refurbished garden. Now many of the flowers are still in bloom, while the passiflora got much bigger. We still have lots of bees flying into our garden. I just love it. […]

My new garden

I’m finally sharing pictures from my new garden. I’ve been using the garden, since it’s done, every single day. If is not raining or is not too hot, I would spend time in the garden reading for University. I even listen to lectures, with the headphones on, of course, as I imagine none of my […]

Upcycled plant pots

Upcycled plant pots

This DIY project, for upcycled plant pots, was more a happy coincidence than something planned. I had these old plant pots for many years, here is a picture of them from four years ago, when they were still looking good. We replaced one of the garden fences and I painted some of the new fences […]

Passiflora, from a side

Passiflora update

I’ve made a Passiflora update last year, showing its development in the last years. It is grown from seed, a gift from my mother, sent by post from Romania. Comparing to this time last year (the pictures were taken about 2 weeks ago), it is amazingly huge. This is how big it is this year. […]

Enjoying the wildlife in our garden

Enjoying the wildlife in our garden

I’ve always wanted a garden and now that I have I do my best to enjoy it as much as I can. That mostly means enjoying the wildlife in our garden, besides playing with the dog, having some meals in, and, of course, doing a bit of gardening. In the last years, we’ve got only […]

passiflora in bloom

My Passiflora

Today I’m going to talk about my Passiflora. My mother send a pack of passiflora seeds a bit over five years ago. My husband and I planted the seeds and, from all, one picked up and grew and grew. After an year or so, we’ve moved to our new home and we took the passiflora […]

grofresh KITCHEN GARDEN. Plants growing


I was delighted to be asked to review the grofresh KITCHEN GARDEN by wizal (*. I like growing herbs and veggies. When it comes to growing though, I find that the perennials are not as demanding, so I prefer to grow those, like a few types of mint, thyme, rosemary, strawberry, and a raspberry bush. […]

How to save a tired bee

My husband found a tired and dying bee in the garden and we saved it, so I decided to make a short guide: How to save a tired bee. We acted fast and we gave her some honey. After reading on RSPB’s website, that, although obvious is not the best option as most honey is […]