I spoke too soon. Last week I was showing off my Spring shoots and flowers. Today I have three inches of snow on the ground, and I am waiting to go to the airport to fly out, with promises of freezing rain later in the day. I got quite a few photos of the snow …
Will Spring ever get here? Despite what the folks in the Midwest and East are experiencing, I am seeing a few signs that Spring will get here eventually. See what I mean.
Wow. I have been very lax in posting through the most beautiful part of the Summer. I just can't believe it is Fall already. My Dahlias I planted in my new Dahlia Bed have been spectacular. And my Tomato Harvest has been the best ever. I have been a little distracted by a couple of projects I have been working on. I'll tell you about those too.
Where is the Summer going? It seems like it was just Spring. Now I am deadheading to make way for late Summer blooms. The garden is doing well. Come and take a look at what I have in late July.
I have a couple of easy, frugal garden tips that I wanted to pass along for how to get cheap alliums and for using recycled door mats in your garden.
Welcome to my Summer Garden. It Sizzles now in Red, Yellow, Orange, Purple and hot summer flowers. Come and take a look at them.
Happy 4th Of July, everyone!
Lo and behold we lost a limb on a tree in our volcano strip. The city removed the limb, but this left a huge hole in the tree canopy and a lot less shade for my shade garden. Take a look at what happened.
Happy Solstice! It is the start of Summer and I thought that I would show you some of my Solstice Daylilies, which are my some of my first Summer flowers to bloom. These are the start of the nearly 20 varieties that I have. Come along and take a look.
The weather has been erratic. And it has been raining again this morning. Still I got a chance to get out and take some pictures of some Sunny Flowers on a Rainy Day. Come and see some that are brightening up my garden.