Monthly Archives: February 2012

Snowdrops, crocus and winter aconites

A beautiful, relaxed Sunday afternoon. The weather has been mild for this time of the year. Although i believe that each season has its charm, i am always glad to see the first signs of spring in our garden. Day … Continue reading

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Gardening and wild flowers

Ever since i was a child, i have loved wild flowers. The diversity we have is huge and most flowers have a beauty of their own. When i lived with my parents as a student, i was thrilled to see … Continue reading

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Mother Nature – the Master Composter

Mother Nature, the Master composter Each year, billions of leaves fall in autumn and without the help of all kinds of organisms, our earth would be covered with a layer of leaves several kilometers thick. Mother Nature is indeed a … Continue reading

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