Category - Garden and OutdoorsIncluding plants, landscapes and seasonal observations
I am not a particularly good gardener. But I do like to share my interest in gardening and the outdoors from time to time here on Endymion. It's because gardening is really one of the greatest of creative pursuits. More people really should be doing it. Combining elements of exercise, fresh air, design and composition, there is hardly any problem or difficulty in life that cannot be improved upon by a spell outside working with plants and landscape.
Walking in the countryside has similar benefits. Cares are forgotten, worries vanish. It's great for writers, too. And whether it's merely cultivvating a humble window box, or managing a great estate, the spaces where we grow plants are invariably those of magic and inspiration - souces of nourishment for both body and spirit.
Winter leaves - garden colour and amazement still.
A Walk in the Bluebell Woods.
2016 in Review.
Scarlet Poppy Fair - a flower with a history.
Sir Robin’s Election Manifesto, 2015.
Snowdrops and Periwinkle.
GOTH ROBIN - a Special Guest Post for Halloween.
The Garden in November - a place of colour and surprise.
60’s Noir - a special Halloween Guest Post from Sir Robin.
What do you see? Perception and memory.
Various Observations on a Jolly Good Week.
Out in the Garden.
Flowers. What are they for?
Sir Robin - latest! And a birdbox named Kenilworth.
Happy Summer Solstice! And a little bit of Shakespeare.
A Special Valentine Idea - introducing the Tussie Mussie.
Those Dull Victorians? Well, no, not really.
The Feast of Michaelmas.