About My Blog

WHY?

I love all things gardening and get great pleasure from writing about my gardening thoughts.  As I write, my ideas become better thought through and I hope that others get some pleasure and/or ideas from reading it too.

PHOTOGRAPHY

All photos were taken by myself, except the occasional one that I ask for permission from, and give clear credit to, the owner.  The only exception to this is any that have me in them, which are usually taken by my long suffering husband, as I direct him not to chop my head off, but yes, do chop off the scaffolding from next door….., as I attempt to stop my blog being too anonymous.  I am quite proud of the fact that none of my photos are photoshopped or edited in any way – what you are looking at is exactly as I found it.

COMMENTS

I love getting comments!  Just a couple of words is still great and it doesn’t have to be profound in any way.  It’s just nice to know that I’m not entirely talking to myself and it’s really helpful feedback so that I know which things to write more about and which to cover less.  And if there is anything garden-design-related you would particularly like me to cover, just let me know and I will do my best.

Thanks for reading!

Jonquils

My dining room table, from where most of my blogs are written

4 thoughts on “About My Blog

  1. Lorraine says:

    Loved the story on Cruden Farm. The first time I have actually sat and read an entire article on your site! To keen to get out in the garden but will make more time in future to look at all your articles

    • jannaschreier says:

      Thanks ever so much, Lorraine. I’m really glad you enjoyed the Cruden Farm post; it is a truly magical garden. Don’t stop gardening for reading, but at this time of the year at least, it’s quite nice to be in the warmth inside, sometimes!

  2. Laurel Schneider says:

    I have come across your blog via the lovely piece you posted about Kiloren . Looking forward to more posts.

    • jannaschreier says:

      Hi Laurel. Thanks so much for your lovely message, which I’ve just picked up on my return from Queensland. I’m very happy that you enjoyed the Kiloren post (what a garden that is!); thanks for taking the trouble to comment. It’s great to be connected.

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