Category Archives: Hawthorn

Tree Following July 2015

Tree following was dreamed up by Lucy at Loose and Leafy, where you will find lots of links to other bloggers taking part. Last month my post was too late to put my link on Loose and Leafy, but it’s … Continue reading

Posted in blackberries, Blackthorn, Fruit, Hawthorn, Tree Following, Wild Flowers

Tree Following June 2015 / #30DaysWild Day 15

I have to confess I forgot all about my tree and missed Lucy’s Tree Following window this month. This morning I decided to walk the dog along that route and take some up to date photos of my hawthorn’s progress. The … Continue reading

Posted in birdsong, blackberries, brambles, butterflies, grasses, Hawthorn, hogweed, roses, speckled wood, Tree Following, Trees | Tagged

Tree Following – May 2015

Tree following was started by Lucy – info on how to join in can be found on her blog, Loose and Leafy. I am very last minute with my post this month, and I had hoped to write a lot about … Continue reading

Posted in blossom, Hawthorn, Spring, Tree Following, Trees | 2 Comments

Tree Following – March 2015

This is my third Tree Following post. This meme was started by Lucy at Loose and Leafy. You can join in any time of the year – full information on Lucy’s blog. I am a bit disappointed by my tree … Continue reading

Posted in Celandine, Daisy, Hawthorn, Spring, Tree Following, Trees

Tree Following – February 2015

This is my second Tree Following post: a great idea from Lucy at Loose and Leafy, where lots of bloggers follow a tree for a year, reporting on it each month. This month I want to show my hawthorn in … Continue reading

Posted in Green Corridors, Hawthorn, Ivy, Tree Following, Trees, Water, Yeading Brook | 5 Comments

Tree Following January 2015

For several months I’ve been reading Lucy’s monthly tree-following blog at Loose and Leafy. Lucy and many other bloggers follow a tree for a year (or more), with monthly posts about their chosen tree. So, I thought what better time … Continue reading

Posted in Hawthorn, Tree Following, Trees, Winter | 9 Comments