Your Heart is Your Map

Let your heart lead you where it will, it will never lead you astray. Your Plants really are your friend in the garden.Daffodils – What do you say on this topic?“We say ‘hooray’ at least we are seen as we are, little pieces of spirit from God rather than purely as an expendable decoration in…

Six on Saturday – Slow Spring Wonders

It has been a little blustery the last few days, I have been gardening dodging showers. Still planting the last of the new fruit trees. I planted two citrus trees, a Lemonade (a mixture between a lemon and lime, good for a natural tangy salad dressing) tree and a Mediterranean Sweet orange tree, to have…

Six on Saturday – Whispers of Delight

This week the garden has gone up a gear and is starting to come to life after a long cold winter. The Ash trees are starting to get their leaves. More flowers are daring to bare their blooms in the still cold weather. I am still planting deciduous fruit trees and roses and happily distributing…

Six on Saturday – Blossom Bounty

It’s still late winter here, and we have had unusually cold, wet and overcast weather. This has had the effect of delaying, the spring flowering until much later. On the plus side, it might pan out like last spring that was so long it slid into December, making four months of spring flowers, instead of…

Embrace the Change That You Are

Ooh I like this…one of my posts from a few years ago with a channelled message from above.. Life never remains still, but is in constant movement and evolution. Embrace changes when they need to happen, its the universe rearranging the chairs so that you get a better seat. Words & Photo by Sarah Rajkotwala…

Soggy Six – Six on Saturday

I took half my photos yesterday when it was sunny in parts, but today we have rain, fog and more rain. So I had to go out in between showers to snap more soggy lovelies (thanks to a la ninia cycle). Unusually wet in South Australia for us at this time of year, but we…

Six on Saturday – Self-Seeding Wonders

It’s late winter here and the signs of spring are all around us. Now each week a few more plants start to bloom. Reaching a crescendo in late spring. The flower show really has four phases. Pre-spring flowers in late winter with the start of the calendulas, hundreds of marguerite daisies, felicias, euryops daisies French…

Six on Saturday – Colourful Flowers in the Cold

Welcome to my six on Saturday this week. It’s right in the middle of a rather cold winter here. It’s still mild as far as winters go, no snow or anything but we need to go out in our padded snow jackets on cold days. Still plenty of flowers around my garden fortunately. In fact…

I can Speak to the Garden Fairies… and They Can Speak to Me!

Find out more in my spiritual fairy book “The Year of Talking to Plants”, available on Amazon and all good bookstores in ebook and paperback. Words & Photo by Sarah Rajkotwala spiritual author & teacher ✿¸.• •.•-:¦:–~ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐღ*~ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐ My real life Fairy Book ‘The Year of Talking to Plants’is available on Amazon :– http://a.co/cKiKZdg Links to my…

Fabulous New Book Review for my Book ‘Fairy Sparkles’

Fairy Sparkles. by Sarah Rajkotwala Fairy Sparkles is a spiritual non-fiction book. The chapters are all broken down with sub-headings making this easy to read. The book approaches a range of spiritual lessons and the author intersperses these with her own stories and advice from her angels, fairies and spiritual guides. This is a book that you…