Gardening can be a work of art, as John Stoa proves
House & Home
I’m of a certain vintage musically – old enough to play vinyl, tapes, CDs and, to show off, by turning on a blue and cream plastic Decca wall-mounted radio from the sixties.
There comes a point in my tour of 1 Melville Gardens when, if my guide was to disappear, I’m not sure I could find my way out.
The smart meter rollout will be vital in ensuring we have an energy system that is cleaner, greener and fit for the future.
Although the trees, shrubs and garden plants are ready for their winter rest as they go dormant, no such luck for the gardener.
THE STAR lot in Lyon & Turnbull’s art sale in the capital on Thursday is (for me, anyway) John Duncan Fergusson’s Seated Nude, a small bronze sculpture depicting a woman almost as if she were in a trance, seated with her head facing intently forwards.
Greenland House is one of those homes that seems to have the best of town and country.
The garden is now coming out of its autumn phase and heading into winter as plants go dormant, autumn colour fades away as all the leaves fall off and frost and snow is not far away.
Book Week Scotland, the great annual celebration of reading, continues across the country today and tomorrow.
Lochmill House is one of those homes that hides how big it is.