Adventures in Home Improvements: August 2012
But, after a week or so on the cactus windowsill, taking in the sun, a new, green sprout has appeared. Just taking a look around. Almost as soon as the Foxe pack left, the good weather returned and the garden has begun to forgive me for the neglect it suffered last month. The montbretia was being thrown out by a neighbour in favour of a cobblelock driveway, about three years ago. Now thriving in the Baskerville Manor. Yours truly, confused,. Subscribe to: Posts (Atom). Peter Donegan Landscaping Ltd.
Adventures in Home Improvements: One Word Photo Challenge: Purple
This orchid was found in a supermarket dumper, probably chucked because it had dropped all it’s flowers. Six weeks in my houseplant intensive care unit (a.k.a. the bathroom) and this is what I got. The great temple of Argos. Have a look at these. RCPI Heritage Centre Blog. Peter Donegan, Landscaping Dublin. Interview: Peter Donegan. Clonline Radio, Cork. Do I dare to eat a peach? Marriage Equality in Ireland - a multigenre project. Welcome to Baskerville Manor. Yours truly, confused. and mobile.