Get Growing
Eat / Grow

Get Growing

Now that spring is here, the urge to get gardening is upon me. I don’t let a little thing such as having no garden hold me back. Here are some ways you can enjoy the magic of gardening when you don’t have a garden. Make a Miniature Garden No matter how little space you have, … Continue reading

Spring is Here
Grow / nature

Spring is Here

Today marks the first day of spring, which is unsurprising given the flowers that have been popping up over the last few weeks. Lambs and calves are becoming an increasingly common sight, and ducklings can’t be far behind… Celebrate equinox by planting seeds in the garden; creating a spring altar including daffodils, primroses and other … Continue reading

Rubbish Crafts
Art / Grow / nature

Rubbish Crafts

Spending a few days in Brighton is always an easy way to get the creative juices flowing. There is art everywhere you look. From graffiti to Choccywoccydoodah’s chocolate egg delights; and secret cinema rooms hidden under cafes to the wonderful Before I Die public art installation, which is part of the equally brilliant Sick! Festival, … Continue reading

A Good Weekend in Nature
Grow / Make

A Good Weekend in Nature

This weekend sees the launch of A Good Weekend – an initiative encouraging people to spend time doing rather than buying. They’vs gathered together offers and opportunities galore to help you live life to the full – along with some great competitions. They explain on their site: .”Between March 17-20th we celebrate International Day Of … Continue reading

Rainbowblooms is Back
Art / nature

Rainbowblooms is Back

Now that the days are getting brighter, there are more flowers springing up every day. To celebrate, share pictures of your favourite flowers of the week, in rainbow order, between 11am-6pm on Sundays (remember Richard of York Gave Battle In Vain). Use the hashtag #rainbowblooms, and share other people’s pictures to help brighten up Twitter … Continue reading