Last week I visited the gorgeous Cotswolds lavender fields near Broadway. The heady scent of lavender on warm summers day… Not everyone’s cuppa tea, but it is for me! The mixture of wild flowers too is perfect, along with the lovely views of the English countryside. As you wander through the field, if you stop and… Continue reading Lavender in the Cotswolds 💜
At the weekend I took two of the children and hubby to see a field full of gorgeous delphiniums. They grow the delphiniums for confetti and the field is only open for one week per year. It really is a lovely sight to behold. The children loved running through the flowers and hiding from us… Continue reading A field of Delphiniums
Oh June, what a washout you have been! 🌧☔️ It’s definitely flown by though, I’ve said it before, but isn’t this year really whizzing by?! It’s quite scary how fast it is going. I’m going to share some of my photos from the month, this isn’t going to be a wordy post. I painted and… Continue reading June 🌹
I must start by thanking the lovely team at Bloom & Wild for giving me the opportunity to review one of their products. I have not been paid for this review and the opinions are entirely my own. I received the very colourful Zara bouquet. The Zara includes red alstroemerias, orange lilies, yellow solidago and… Continue reading Bloom & Wild.
Thank you to the team at Dust and Things for letting me review one of their products. All opinions expressed on here are all my own, I have not been paid to do this review. I’m reviewing the slate personalised ‘Food tastes better with…’ chopping board.RRP £28.95 with free worldwide p&p. It took me a… Continue reading Dust And Things.
This gorgeous warm weather we’ve been having has brought out a lot of flowers in the garden, the peonies are popping and my beautiful roses are beginning to bloom. I think June is my favourite month for the garden, everything seems to come alive! I have various roses in my garden, a lot are from… Continue reading Flowers from the garden 🌹
My first trip out the house for two weeks, due to injuring my back, and we decided to visit a National Trust place. Hidcote is an Arts and Crafts garden in the north Cotswolds, not too far from Stratford-upon-Avon. We haven’t visited before and we were pleasantly surprised by the beautifully laid out gardens. We… Continue reading Hidcote Gardens 🌿