With the sun shining bright in the sky and just a touch of autumn in the air, I spent some lovely time being interviewed for Irish Country Magazine.
The interest in sustainable living is growing!
I’ll let you know when the interview is published.
There is something of an Indian Summer happening here in the west of Ireland and it’s pretty gorgeous too!
Grapes are beginning to turn colour and ripen on the vine.
The early morning walk was tempered with a small chill in the air.
Yesterday was spent cutting the overgrowth in the undergrowth along the hedge on the west side of the driveway.
I am cutting all the Goat Willow, which will grow very fast next year and fill the gaps.
In the meantime, there are stacks of wood every couple of metres along the hedge!
It promises to be a good week, filled with sunshine and warmth…our promised “Indian Summer!”
I shall leave the seed-heads on the Buddleia for the small birds to enjoy eating over the first few months of Autumn…time enough in cutting them back!
Something of the Mediterranean about the cottage this morning, as the day warmed up…
It’s not often that the sky is as blue as the watering can, but…
The bees continue to enjoy Nasturtiums flowers…
As the leaves hold onto the precious morning dew.