It’s cold in Cornwall (+1°C, feels like -6°C with the wind chill), although calling the weather ‘the beast from the east’ is exaggerating the situation somewhat. It’s not -30°C! Nevertheless, it is heartening to see […]
Wild strawberry flowers in Cornish hedges. It’s November! A species making the most of available time…
New life! We’ll before oaks shed their last leaves, acorns are preparing the next generation. A lesson in sustainability to all of us from the scale of families and education, organisations and businesses to political […]
I’ve been away for a week and returned to my newly established wildlife pond in anticipation of change. Before I left, the water was a green ‘soup’ rich in suspended algae, which received plenty of […]
Transformation: giving up petals producing fruit growing and maturing and a different kind of beauty emerges.
It’s fun to think we all could name a plant or bug in the tradition of being descriptive in the process. When I saw this little fellow, it became dragon’s head fern in my mind. […]