A Troubling Start. Our cottage is centuries old. It is a ‘listed’ building; meaning that is has protected status and modifications cannot be made, externally. This ensures the building retains it’s historical appearance. It is timber framed and all of … Continue reading Our Suffolk Cottage Garden: 2019
What an icey start to the year. this was! We started with snow and it went on for a couple of months. This was pretty deep and the snow drifted on the land around our cottage, here by the Suffolk … Continue reading Our Suffolk Cottage Garden: 2018
With so much focus on infrastructure in the previous years, this year became a year that focused on ‘beautifying’ the garden, so to speak. The year began without the snowfall we had become accustomed to and, while I love a … Continue reading Our Suffolk Cottage Garden: 2016
“A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” Greek Proverb. Whether you simply love the beauty of little sedum and succulents or whether you opt for them due to lack … Continue reading Perfect for Pots
“Spring is the fountain of love for thirsty winter.” – Munia Khan. (c) Deano Parsons and Tracy White. 2021. Continue reading Tracy and Deano’s East Coast Gardens, in Spring.