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We lost Iris

We lost Iris

My camera endoscope ‘Potensic’ arrived by post which enabled me to inspect the inside of the hive Iris without opening it.  It comes with a 5 metres flexible tube that can be bent and pushed through the hive entrance.  It has a powerful light whose intensity can be adjusted easily by hand.  The camera was … Continue reading

The good and bad in November

The good and bad in November

We were two weeks in the U.K. and returned home to sunshine to find all was well with the garden. The broad beans had popped through while we were away. The courgettes had, not unexpectedly, finished but had left us three courgettes which went into some soup. The brussel sprouts are great.  You either love … Continue reading

Getting used to November in the garden

Getting used to November in the garden

At this stage in the year it is usual to accept that winter has come.  I just want to know where autumn went to.  We did go back to the U.K. for a couple of weeks late in October, coming back early November.  We came back to sunshine and tales of summer-like temperatures whilst we … Continue reading