Last Christmas, my sister got our parents each a digital photo frame. They have their own email addresses, so everyone in the family can send images of their lives direct to our folks. Today, I roamed the garden, shooting in 4:3 just to flood mom’s frame with our garden. Here’s the content:
Read More a love letter to home…
I don’t have a lot of words today so, instead, a lot of photos:
Read More this week in the garden:
Lilyfest approaches and the anticipated crowds are massive!
Read More lilyfest is upon us!
I was this week old when I learned that potato plants flower… These are blue fingerling potato plants. Last year was the first time I grew potatoes, but I planted them mid-summer for fall harvest. They struggled in the heat and never got big enough to flower. The deadly nightshade is gorgeous!
Read More who knew…?
Written a month ago, I found this incomplete post in my drafts folder. These are likely my favorite flower in our garden for history and brevity of bloom alike: Our dwarf iris love their home here in our garden. They more than double every year, from three modest clumps to rows and rows and rows. […]
Read More tiny joy
Spring has arrived, and early spring colors are filling our wabi-sabi garden. Enjoy the colors below:
Read More spring done sprung
…don’t get me down. not in the garden, anyway.
Read More rainy days on sundays
Another week off from work: this time the summer heat has broken, meaning it’s easier to spend more time on garden projects. I spent yesterday morning working on the last gate of the fence project. The cooler weather this week should help me check this item off the list. The bottom of our drive will […]
Read More back to the garden…
I present to you: things in the garden, from the past two weeks…
Read More flora and fauna
The butterflies keep rolling in. I’ve seen numerous sorts already, but I always feel a more successful gardeners when the Monarchs arrive. At least a few have been flitting about for a week or two. The autumn clematis is beginning to open. The honey bees are all over it. Monarchs come to partake of the […]
Read More her majesty has arrived