House & Home
I have run over daffodils, starved lilies and drowned orchids. Then, last year, my father suggested a small herb garden as a project. What I really wanted was a dog, I was struggling with my mental health and really wanted a friend at home. So, after weeks of trawling the adoption sites we compromised, and Dad set me up with a range of “plant children.”
We have all been in lockdown for a long time now and this has made many of us focus on our homes more than ever. With restrictions still in place we find ourselves enjoying these interior spaces with our loved ones and will undoubtedly continue to do so for quite some time to come.
Time spent with nature and nurturing plants is a way of producing the feel good factor for lots of people. These challenging times have meant that many new people have been enticed into the world of growing and looking after plants.
ISSUE No: 126
There is nothing quite like getting home after a hard day at work, kicking off your…