What’s going on in my garden?

It has been such a long time since I made any real reference to my continued attempts to earn the appellation 'gardener', a practice or profession that many of my ancestors made a living from doing.  But that was before we all lost the art of growing stuff and spent our lives as spoon-fed babies,... Continue Reading →

Saving The Ancient Seeds Of Syria

This may be the best and only good news to come out of Syria for some years, looking backwards or forwards.  Its importance should not be underestimated. This post inspired by: Syrian seed bank saved after occupation by armed forces threatens unique collection of ancient grains Yes, the stories of Syrian refugees are tragic and... Continue Reading →

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