October 2019

It’s been a really interesting and satisfying 4 weeks since I took up the tenancy of the land. The acre is still full of weeds, it’s still a knot of long grass, thistles and docks in large parts. The ground is often heavy with rain and difficult to work. The mud cakes thick on your… Continue reading October 2019

Week 1 : Turning up, potatoes, views and epic downhills

It’s almost been a week since we took on the tenancy of the land that is going to become Green Fuse Garden . After a Spring and Summer spent imagining how things might be, slowly coming up with plans and then forcing those ideas into a business plan it was good to finally be standing… Continue reading Week 1 : Turning up, potatoes, views and epic downhills

Autumn, anticipation and new horizons

I take up the tenancy of an acre of land on the outskirts of a village about three miles from my home on the 29th September. The site is a steady climb then descent from our village which lies in a dip between steep hills on the edge of the temperate rainforest that clings to… Continue reading Autumn, anticipation and new horizons