Until July 2017, documenting the seasons of coastal Dorset. I'm a complete amateur so don't trust I'm always right. If ever you see I'm wrong - whether with identifications or in anything else - do say! Meanwhile . . . I've now moved to Halifax in West Yorkshire. Click on the link below to collect the new URL. Don't forget to follow there!

Tuesday, 22 July 2008


This is a post left over from when Loose and Leafy was a work of fiction. Later, it evolved into what it is now - a blog about the wild plants of the South Dorset Coast.

To make sense (in so far as there is sense) of these early posts, you may like to take a look at Esther in the Garden.

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Ceres, may I say, is no Goddess.

And she is extraordinarily difficult to please.

But she is a child and it is the school holidays and she needs attention.

And Esther's garden needs attention too. I know she says she doesn't mind weeds but, unless I do something substantial in there soon, she won't have a garden to mind the weeds in.

Which means I won't have time to write a post between now and Monday.
I have a feeling, though, that it'll leave a gap. I'll miss it (and you).
So I'll put one picture a day
HERE . . .
This is purely self-indulgent but it will keep me entertained . . .
. . . and you can look too if you'd like . . . just click the 'HERE'.
For yesterday's post, click here.

Pictures so far:-
1. Upturned White Boat
2. Magic Blanket
3. Fence
4. Stripes of Eel Grass, Mud and Water
5. Red Sorrel Against Blue Sky


garden girl said...

Sounds like you've got your hands full Lucy! I'll look forward to your return.

Lucy said...

Hands full plus bucket loads!