Category Archive: Gardening

Morning Gift

Native Callistemon – Bottlebrush – belonging to the Myrtaceae family. Morning light captures the beauty of the callistemon flower needles with dew drops. These flowers when added to water mildly sweeten the water, and… Continue reading

Opening Up

Nature teaches us the power and beauty of opening up, if we stay closed we cannot share our unique perfume with the world, we cannot attract the bees and other insects to pollinate… Continue reading

Friday’s Garden Capture

Out of your shell and eating again…. Snail munching on a Gazinia Flower….. Just like a very dear friend who has been very ill, candle lit, ancestors called in, magic done,  healing sent…and… Continue reading

Water Hyacinth

Water Hyacinth – Wild Pond Weed that Ive for many years it grows in Water. This one just keeps on producing the most beautiful flowers year after year, every Autumn, so fragile & Delicate.

Surrender

Pulling out weeds, gathering the last of the harvest, digging in the vegetable and herb gardens, cutting out what is no longer needed there and in myself…detoxing, taking time to be alone, to… Continue reading

Turning Inward…Gathering Seeds…Autumn in the Air

Went for a walk around the house to stretch my neck and check out my herbs and veggies, as the turning in starts, today I felt and saw the first signs of Autumn… Continue reading

Preparing for Winter Solstice

I went for a small ramble this afternoon with the intention of eventually going to the elderly old pine tree on this property. I wanted to remove some pinion resin from its generous… Continue reading

Bones, Stones & Fog

Just 12 days out from the longest night and the shortest day, Mid-Winter, Yule approaches. Waves roll in of fog, faerie webs, and dew drops. It’s the weaving time, before the sun is… Continue reading

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