A bad witch’s blog: Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses by Badwitch

Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses I love wild roses. One seeded naturally in my back garden and grew along the fence between it and that of the house next door. It was a dog rose, the most abundant wild rose that grows in England. It has simple, pale pink blooms with five petal as … Continue reading A bad witch’s blog: Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses by Badwitch

Homemade Apple Cider (Easy Recipe) | Sally’s Baking Addiction

Homemade Apple Cider Homemade apple cider is a quintessential fall drink, so I’m teaching you how easy it is. We’re using a slow cooker, fresh fruit, and fall spices to make this simple and flavorful cider– your house will smell like fall all day long! Cheers. READ MORE HERE: https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/homemade-apple-cider/

102 Wicked Things To Do: #31 Scarecrow

I have always loved scarecrows. They are not that hard to make and can be practically free if you have some basic stuff laying around the house. Scrap wood, old clothes, hats, gloves, some burlap, tree trimmings, old sheets etc.... the possibilities are endless. One of my favorites scarecrows is from the movie Sleepy Hollow. … Continue reading 102 Wicked Things To Do: #31 Scarecrow

Helping an Injured or Sick Hedgehog

Hedgehogs need our help When you find an injured hedgehog, watch it first to see how badly hurt it is. Then seek immediate emergency treatment from a wildlife rehabilitator or local vet. If you ever find a sick, injured or a hedgehog you are concerned about it needs to be protected and kept safe because … Continue reading Helping an Injured or Sick Hedgehog

BBC – Earth – Why do leaves change colour in autumn? By Chris Packham

The glory of autumn explained: Chris Packham reveals why leaves change from greens to reds and golden yellows. The spectacle of green leaves turning rich reds and yellows in autumn happens when trees have taken all the food they can from the leaves that are filled with chlorophyll – the biomolecule that absorbs energy from … Continue reading BBC – Earth – Why do leaves change colour in autumn? By Chris Packham

TASMANIA’S FLESH EATING PLANTS BY LULU MORRIS

You may have heard of insect-catching plants like the Venus fly trap but have you ever come across the infamous flesh-eating plants of Tasmania? The southern island boasts an impressive array of carnivorous plants that will eat insects and any small prey that they can get their carnivorous florets on - but not anything as … Continue reading TASMANIA’S FLESH EATING PLANTS BY LULU MORRIS