In the night garden


A golden orb spider waits in its freshly woven web for dinner to come along…


Bok choy seedlings stretch upwards…


Persimmons hang, sweetening, safe from the birds under their net…


Ranunculus bulbs send up fresh shoots ahead of glorious winter-spring flowers


Kale races against rainbow chard and parsley to be first up to greet the rain…


An avocado seedling recovers from being dug out of the garden and potted, and stretches its roots into its new home…


Who’s been eating their broccoli? Er, MY broccoli!


A huge crop of oranges, thanks to our bees boosting pollination, now ripening…

IMAG0486…while Scruff keeps a watchful eye out for that broccoli thief.

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