The Last Harvest of Autumn
A Forest Garden - Record of Progress / Garden and Nature in Words

The Last Harvest of Autumn

There was something sad about the passing of Autumn this year. Maybe just because I now notice the change of seasons; those last warm days of sunlight. And how everything just seems to slow down, then stop and wait. Then Winter happens. Heavy rain and cold nights leave me wanting the return of Spring now, … Continue reading

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Big Spider, Small House
A Forest Garden - Record of Progress

Big Spider, Small House

Do you think he moved in a while back, and then just couldn’t be bothered moving again? I know some people like that :) Do you think I should tell him it is time to upscale? Related articles Along came a spider … (alicethroughthemacrolens.wordpress.com) Reclusive Spiders (sevenanahalflife.wordpress.com) Dear Boyfriend (verydemotivational.memebase.com) Continue reading

Autumn Leaves – Summer Soil
A Forest Garden - Record of Progress / Coffee Grounds in the garden

Autumn Leaves – Summer Soil

Late Autumn in Melbourne is a delight. A glorious smattering of oak, maple, beech, and elm trees throughout the city and surrounds. The full figure of a deciduous tree is turned as the weather cools and the days grow short. Even before Winter arrives, the ground is carpeted in brown leaves, and at the edges of the shag, some … Continue reading