Author Archives: HedgeComber
The tell tale signs of tomato blight have hit us extra early this year. It doesn’t normally show until the fruit are a good size, so we can just remove the leaves and let the fruit ripen on the stem. However, … Continue reading
Jonny carved us matching wooden bangles. How cute!
Bridget from ArignaGardener! Congratulations Bridget! Can you let me have your address please petal? Don’t go anywhere if you didn’t win as I suspect there’ll be another give-away for next months Free Range Friday :)
Once again, in honour of the work the good folk over at The British Hen Welfare Trust do, I shall be giving away a mounted print this month to help them raise awareness. This month I think we’ll plump for ‘Ida’s Tealeaves’! … Continue reading
Mum & I decorated the farm today for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and we laughed so much hanging this stuff through the orchard! I hope you enjoy your extended holiday weekend!
Home laid eggs. Home grown spinach. Home made bread. Just need to make my own mustard and I’d be onto a winner :)
The lovely Mrs H from Tales of Mrs H fame, recently pulled my name out of a hat to win one of her gorgeous lavender bags! How lucky am I! It is gorgeous, and scents our bedroom beautifully. Thank you so much Mrs … Continue reading
I’ve ‘tried’ making bread in the past and just assumed I wasn’t any good at it. What I now realise is, as with pretty much everything else in life, practice pays off! I’m currently baking about 8 loaves a week, … Continue reading
I have had such great feedback from you all (THANK YOU!!!) regarding my silly chickeny cartoons, that I’ve bitten the bullet and been to see a local printer. Eek!!! After much deliberation, I’ve plumped for a bunch of cards and … Continue reading