About me

woman holding a houseplantHello there, thanks so much for dropping by. I’m Sabrina: writer, trainee botanist and occasional crafter.

Wolves in London is my blog. Started in 2012 when I was freshly on maternity leave and dreaming delusional dreams of setting up my own business (in fabric, knitting, or really just anything crafty). In the seven years since, the slightly-megalomaniac entrepreneurial dreams have faded but my blog remains a place where I share things that are inspiring me and snippets of of my daily life.

More often than not: garden design and my own garden; London life and unmissable London spots; our almost-completely-renovated Victorian terraced house and interior design inspiration; travels and daily life with our three young sproglets. Oh, and the now very occasional bit of crafting too, when I finally manage to complete something.

You can find me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Ravelry and Pinterest, do friend me or follow me there. I’ve got addictions of varying degrees to all five and love to link up with new people…

If you want to get in touch, either leave me a comment by the relevant post, or send me an email to wolvesinlondon (at) gmail.com.

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10 thoughts on “About me

  1. Hi I just found your blog. I saw your picture of what I call Money Tree. The reason I’m writing is because I have tried to grow this plant and have failed each time(didn’t grow) When my mother was living she had the bush in her front yard, she gave me seeds that she peeled off . I would like to know what you do you do to grow this plant. What time of year etc. I live in the United States in North Carolina, where it very hot in the summer.
    Thank you for any help you give.

    1. Hi Betty,

      I have to say, I’ve not really done anything in particular to grow the plant! I got it from a leaf, which I just stuck into the compost and I water it very, very rarely. I live in London in the UK, which isn’t that hot in the summer, but I would think that money trees quite like hot weather anyway as I think they come from Asia originally. I wonder if you might have been giving it too much water, perhaps? That’s the only thing I can think of, I’m afraid, as this poor plant of mine has taken a huge amount of abuse from me but managed to survive it all!


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