The Full Flower Moon, Daisies and Forget me nots.
Goat Willow, Lady’s Smock, and some Daisies crept in there, too.
Bluebells and Orange Tip butterfly
Calendar of Firsts: Week 18
This week we picked up our new pony, Cleo. She’s our gorgeous unicorn pony!
The meadow this week: Wild cherry, Turkey Oak, Ribwort Plantain, Meadow Buttercup, & Ash
Rosie’s Phenology Wheel for April
She sketched one of her new pets: A rat named Roy! For the special day section, she sketched a log. We had a special funeral ceremony for a wee dead frog that she found; it was sent away down the water on a log.
Love that girl!
My Phenology Wheel for April
A Dandelion & Daisy, along with Easter Day & St. Georges Day for the liturgical / special day section.
My Calendar of Firsts this week:
Rosemary in flower, Marsh Marigolds, and April showers.
Lesser Celandine, Bumblebees, violets, and sunshine!
The year’s first Dandelion, Black slugs, and overcast days.
Pussy Willow, Horse Chestnut, Field Horsetail, and the first Bumble bee of the year!
Hawthorn, & Dandelion.
My Calendar of Firsts: Week 14
Pussy Willow, Daisies, and frogspawn.
This week’s Calendar of Firsts features a very handsome Pheasant, we have seen several of late.
Rosie’s Phenology Wheel is a new pretty Rock Dove that has taken to visiting the garden, and a hot cross bun to represent Good Friday.
My Phenology Wheel for March includes Daffodils and Holy Week.
If you’d like some inspiration for keeping your own Phenology Wheel, I have written the Phenology Wheel Guide
that will hold your hand as you begin. Keeping a phenology wheel is a smashing way for you and your family to connect both with nature and each other. A way for all the family to gather together to spend time nature journaling; it doesn’t take up much time at all, and is perfect for families who have children of different ages and stages. Everyone can work together, but at their own level.