Uccello Lane

– Planning for the rare day when you truly will fly!

Posts from the ‘Edible Garden’ category

Spring Late – 2019 Guest Photographer

Spring 2019 has been glorious – after the hot summer we had some good rainfall – and now it is lush. We had a guest photographer capture some of Uccello Lane – and some old photos of how it was.

Starting with “The Bank”  everything is in flower including the wisteria, snowball trees and the lavender. Have a look at how it was in 2013 .

The edibles and kitchen garden are getting planted – and the fennel has taken over.

The birch forest with the helibores underplanted and trees with bark that look like an owl..some old pictures from 2015 – before the birches grew

The Secret Garden has a lavender hedge and a new wrought iron door to peep through – it all started with a string line and some plastic fencing…
The Rosa Arbor is in getting ready to burst – and the natives are also keen to get in on the season…
then it across to CrabApple Walk – past the dry stone wall and across to the perennial garden

…..From the beginning

Rosa di Pagola, Artichokes – and an Alien Salvia!

Rosa di Pagola has emerged from its life as a cricket pitch. There is a meandering path down that leads past the artichokes with their purple seed heads – and then the alien salvia…

 

La Casa di Pollo – Chooks

We love our chooks – they live in a palace and create the most magnificent composted soil for the garden – and most days they lay two eggs – some days none but mostly 2!

Herb Wall – Rosemary and Thyme

The Herb Wall has been a great idea – almost over-run by Rosemary and some wild oregano, lots of Thyme and other herbs we planted but forgot about. Mint is always trying to peep through.

 

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