Archive for 11/12/2020


Last week I passed a local cemetery and spotted some white mushrooms in the grasslands, on closer inspection I could see these were a white species of waxcap. Waxcaps are rare mushrooms which are largely dependent on ancient grasslands or those which are stable, i.e. not regularly ploughed up or disturbed.

#FungiFriday: a grave situation — Daniel Greenwood

Christmas at Winterbourne Margaret Nettlefold’s household diary provides fascinating insights into middle class life in late-Victorian and early-Edwardian England.  She clearly gave careful thought to Christmas presents and cards, and listed everything in the diary.For example in 1904, Margaret gave a camera (referred to as a ‘Kodak’) to her husband John, a shell cabinet to…

What did the Nettlefolds do for Christmas? — Winterbourne House and Garden
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