Big red juicy hawthorn berries beckon me enticingly and I think of the tincture I will make with them, good for the heart and the soul and my stock for the coming year.
August, the month of holidays and harvest, a time to sit back, rest and relax and enjoy the fruits of our labours. A time for friends and families to be … Continue reading
Unicorn In Meadows Reclining lazily upon my sunbed drifting in and out of a relaxing daydream I am disturbed by the low drone of approaching bees. Thousands of them grouped … Continue reading
Midsummer’s Day dawns to a fanfare of birdsong against the backdrop of an early morning sky of pink and grey. Walking barefoot upon the spongy mounds of moss and grasses … Continue reading
I stumble excitedly along the tiny narrow cobbled streets to arrive amidst the heady celebrations of Mayday and an amazing riot of colour. The village maypole festooned with ribbons being … Continue reading
A walk through the Hampshire Countryside as told by Hampshire herbalist Lady May. Peeping out timidly from beneath the layer of rotting leaves appear the delicate faces … Continue reading