We have been building some deep beds for vegetables – nothing so good as fresh food. We brought in compost because the clay soils here are so wet and heavy. Spreading it all was fun but the best bit was planting the onions! We will keep you posted about progress when spring comes.
In snow-covered alps, Piedmont, Italy. Beautiful images sent by Fabrizio Tommasini (thank you). This is likely to be Bach’s Larix decidua although they are very slender, straight and tall. They can grow to be stout and old as these other images taken in Switzerland show.
Healers Herbers have a lunch together to celebrate another year. As the sun enters Capricorn and the longest night is over we look forward to Spring. Today is cold, wet and windy but brilliant rainbows this morning remind us all of the bright future which beckons. Watch out for the astrology on the morning of January 1st: Something is going to change, that’s for sure.