Continuing on my new obsession with flowering plants that grow conveniently within arms reach, here are three with really tiny flowers that happen to have blossoms right now. Read more “Tiny Flowers”
I had been neglecting this geranium and over the years it became a spindly length of stalks with a few leaves. But late this summer I re-potted it. Read more “Flowers, Bees, Musics”
Every year around this time my aster plant becomes a magnet for wasps and bees. They love the masses of pollen tucked within the florets. Read more “Bee Condo (Aster Heights)”
The first of the flowers, like this bold daffodil, are finally opening their buds. Read more “April Flowers”
I’ve been busy for the last couple of weeks, so I haven’t had a chance to post. But I was able to get out and enjoy some spring air this week, so I’m posting quite a few shots to make up for lost posts. Read more “Spring Comes Slowly”
Oh the joy of planning the coming year’s garden. Thoughts full of hopes and plans and visions of growing and harvesting and bright bounty. Read more “Seedy Sunday 2017”
A friend asked me to find some milkweed seeds and send them to her on the west coast to grow in her balcony garden next summer. Read more “Milkweed”
I went up north a bit to visit some friends for some relaxation. Read more “Flower Bunny”
After four years of summer neglect, my garden is rolling along. Lots of weeds and definitely needs some tidying up, but it’s doing pretty well, considering.
The Lambs Ears (above) are happy with their temporary home. Read more “Garden Flowers”
I’m taking off on tour next week with Dusk Dances.
So this week I’ve been staying pretty close to home enjoying my garden. Things have been growing well this year. Like this lovely plant, Astilboides tabularis, or what Curtis, who gifted it to me refers to as “Big Leaf Betty.”
And for those of you for whom black and white gardens just aren’t colourful enough, here’s a gallery of the same shots in full, glorious colour: