Tag Archives: Bath

Green roofs and allotment paths in sedum

I would like a green roof on our rebuilt garage, and today I was able to investigate sedum.  An afternoon trip to meet my allotmenting friends was focussed on visiting a home-grown green roof. Sedum has far more variety and … Continue reading

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Day out including Radev II collection in Bath

Earlier in July, I took the train to join friends for one of our regular catch-ups.  The buddleia was turning the Valleys railway embankments mauve.  After the long, wet winter, plants seem to be going for gigantism, for example the … Continue reading

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Smoke on the houseboats

Last Saturday, I met friends at Bath station and we walked along the canal to one friend’s new home, where her cat was clearly in approval as we toasted her move. The weak sun was dropping, glinting on the water.  … Continue reading

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Allotments, some bad barbed wire and the spring at Charlcombe

Yesterday was a meeting-up day with two friends from Swindon and Bath, this time in Bath where we began with a cuppa at the beautiful allotments.  I’ve noted my obsession with allotment land before (on May 9th 2013).  These ones … Continue reading

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