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A Guide To Furoshiki Wrapping
Furoshiki is the ancient Japanese method of wrapping items in cloth. Both beautiful & sustainable the fabric wrap can be re-used, re-wrapped, re-gifted, re-purposed, re-made...& eventually recycled.
Find Bohemia & Flower at Events!
Bohemia & Flower will be at; Turner Contemporary, Designers & Makers Market, Margate, 4 & 5th December with a special evening opening ...
The summer solstice is a day full of symbolism, each of us drawing our own meaning, creating individual rituals & marking it in our own ways. ...
July ~ the perfect month for eating herbs!
Pictured ~ Carrot & radish salad with freshly picked coriander With June bringing with it gloriously long, warm, and sunny days, most herbs ar...
Asparagus, French Bean & Pickled Radish Salad
I LOVE ASPARAGUS!!! This time of year is like magic, so much greenness & wonderful produce growing all around us – it won’t be long until the ...
The Dye Shed
Words by Helen Pritchard, the talent behind the plant dyed eco-fabrics available in the B&F shop, giving us a window into her dye shed in spri...
A Herb Growers Year ~ June
June - the perfect month for re-sowing quick growing herbs and salad leaves. It's fair to say May was unseasonably cold and wet this year. Many pl...
Although it’s now possible to travel abroad for summer holidays in 2021, I am sure I’m not alone in choosing to staycation in the UK. With a growin...
I have always had quite a thing for tulips & every spring for as long as I can remember I’ve bought bunches of them. This spring is a little di...
A Happy Healthy Gut
We’ve all heard that gut health is important, but what does the phase ‘healthy gut’ actually mean? I asked Whitstable based registered Nutritional ...
Minno Kitchen ~ Seeded Nut Bread Recipe
This months recipe & an update from Katy AKA Minno Kitchen... The new beginnings of Spring have brought a step to the return of a form of norma...
A Herb Growers Year ~ May
I’m really thrilled about this new feature in the Journal. A herb grower’s year, Laura is a plantswoman with a passion for growing herbs from seed...
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