Charlie Hart

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April 29, 2022
The grass is always greener in May, when the countryside is born anew and the sweet scent of hawthorn blossom fills the air
March 30, 2022
The mystical number conjures thoughts of the Holy Spirit to whom this month is dedicated and who, at this time of turmoil, is wanted more than ever
February 28, 2022
Rather than being the cause of unwholesome indolence, the wren shows us that multiple wives are at the root of an admirable work ethic
January 27, 2022
Drear January is finally behind us and, though it might be chilly, the days are getting longer and all nature is shivering with anticipation for lustful March
December 26, 2021
Blackbirds might not be social creatures but we are. Life would be vastly improved if, instead of scattering, families kept closer to one another
November 29, 2021
Bare, with branches held aloft as though in prayer, the tree in my garden is a reminder that it is when we are vulnerable that we are receptive to God’s gifts
October 21, 2021
Thanks to evergreens and pyrotechnics, we have all sorts of ways to ignore the bleakness of winter and look forward to dazzling displays that will soon return
October 11, 2021
However bleak and overshadowed life might seem, lurking among the ruins are moments of true beauty –proof that ‘nothing pleaseth but rare accidents’
August 30, 2021
September’s soft golden hues cast the most interesting shadows as the garden gets its edges back in the autumn
July 28, 2021
After the whirligig of summer, it’s time to stop and think and consider what 
has worked well in the garden – and what might work next year, says Charlie Hart
July 01, 2021
Prised from his Suffolk idyll to take his family to Norfolk, 
Charlie Hart looks forward to a joyous return to his garden
June 01, 2021
For our gardener, now a budding art dealer, June is the month to sit back 
and enjoy the fruits of your labour after months of toil
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