Positive externalities revisited

My first post on this blog was ‘Positive externalities– or why everyone should dig up their front drives and plant flowers’ .  It told the story of a small child and their mother, coming into my front garden to sniff the flowers.  It summed up for me what gardening is all about. That was nearly a year ago and I was reminded of it by a story in the news today about the Chelsea Flower Show where the Royal Horticultural Society has been highlighting the problem of gardens being turned into car parks. Here are some photos from the front garden … Continue reading Positive externalities revisited