Monthly Archives: August 2013

Peacocks, Pigeons and Sweet Peas

Butterflies have been few and far between in our London garden this year. A few cabbage whites, which have the disadvantage of ruining your cabbages but otherwise, only a small blue one from time to time. They are too fast to photograph. Just a flash against the blue of the sky and they’re gone. We […]

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Hit by a late Heatwave

The promise of sitting outside under sunny blue skies and the need for a sunshade suddenly translated into real time in the first week of July. Although I do long for a stretch of warm and clement weather, I flop over like a rag doll when the barometer climbs above 26 degrees. My brain overheats […]

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