Mindfulness, drawing and writing weekend…….

Next event coming up …… Mindfulness, Drawing and Writing Retreat (non-residential) A weekend retreat on the 3rd and 4th August in the nurturenature healing garden in Wortley exploring the relationship between mindfulness and creativity. This unique 2-day retreat allows you to explore creativity (drawing and writing) in a fresh way, from a mindful perspective. Each […]

A musical thank you….

I spent a lovely evening last night with my Dad, his wife Svava and my friend Doris listening to the local Waldershelf Singers perform their summer concert “Showstoppers”. Wonderful singing and a great collection of ‘showstopping’ songs, even some for us to sing along as the audience. Very generously the proceeds from the concert are […]

Potting on is fun…..

Am currently having literally a cracking time – broke my ankle a couple of months ago and still in a cast though that may be coming off tomorrow. Then had a fall in the shower 3 weeks ago and have fractured my pelvis is two places – very painful and simply a matter of waiting […]

Events coming up….and pretty pictures of alliums

Just thought I’d remind you about events…… but really wanted to post pretty pictures of alliums which I am not responsible for – well I grew the alliums but didn’t take the photos – aren’t they glorious – and also Heuchera Lime Marmalade in the woodland and it has those vibrant green leaves all year. […]

Blog is back…….

It’s absolutely months, in fact over a year since I last made an entry in the nurturenature blog. One of my aspirations for 2019 is to make more regular entries so that anyone interested can follow what’s happening in the garden by reading the blog. (Though hopefully they will come and visit in person as […]

Hospital not home…

Sat 5th May Today was the first of the nurturenature plant sales for 2018. Sadly, I wasn’t able to be there as I have been stuck in hospital for the last week with a pneumonia. It has meant missing a weeks holiday and the plant sales today and tomorrow so the timing is immaculate (ly […]

Fighting off the burden of bed

Over optimistically I had hoped that I might manage a winter without the misfortune of a stay in the Hallamshire Hospital. Unfortunately I have already had a sojourn in that luxury accommodation courtesy of a viral pneumonia. Nearly two weeks in the infectious diseases ward (E2) and now another week in bed at home is […]