Reaping the dye harvest
The dye garden at Rhosygilwen has been carefully tended by John and is in full bloom. It seems sad in some ways to cut these beautiful flowers in their full glory, but that’s why they were planted and so that’s what will be done. Because Rhosygilwen is quite a way away from where we live, we have to make the most of our trips there. Continue reading Dye Plants
With my work to be shown at Rhosygilwen in North Pembrokeshire, I was so pleased to find a section on the site of Butterfly Conservation called ‘Walking the Butterfly Coast: Discovering the butterflies of the Pembrokeshire Coast’
Well, that should provide an easy entry into the world of butterfly and moth spotting come the warmer months. Can’t wait!
At the beginning of November 2013, Tŷ Solar was launched at Rhosygilwen. A very exciting event for me as it meant that I could start planning how the space would work for the purpose of this project.
Developed by Western Solar, these solar powered houses are built largely from Welsh grown timber. Plans are afoot to create a mini-estate of 12 new homes in North Pembrokeshire.