Intuitive planting

I keep a list in a grubby old note book of plants that are looking good together.  I am stumped for the right word here, or phrase.  It could be ‘plant associations’ but that sounds like a gathering of heavy-duty plumbers.  Or instead  perhaps  ‘companion planting’  Full time carers spring to mind.  So I am…

Provoked to think by the Bad Tempered Gardener

I have been reading Anne Wareham’s recent blog post “It must Go” and it ties in with thinking about garden criticism – rolling the idea round like a pebble in the mouth.  Beginning with two questions: What is a garden for? What is a good garden?  I’ve had undistracted leisure to do so on a…