A Walk in the GardenPlease join me for A Walk in the Garden: a way of sharing gardening observations, spiced I hope with a dash of experience, a dollop of opinion, a slice of irreverence, a spoonful of love for plants, and a cup full of memories.
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Category Archives: Gardening
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is HERITAGE. A wonderful and meaningful heritage in my family has been the sharing of plants. This photograph is of a Leucojum aestivum spring snowflake in my garden here in North … Continue reading
It is late on a lovely Monday in our garden, but it’s not too late to share some of the flowers that are catching the eye. Our peonies are featured this week, but I must lament that this has not … Continue reading
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is DANGER. A pleasant scene in the garden today. No danger here. But wait, what about that rusty old bell? Could there be any danger there? Why don’t we just take … Continue reading
For this week’s IAVOM we are sharing some of the flowers that you have seen recently but are still doing well in my garden. High winds and lots of (welcome) rain have played havoc with many plants, so we are … Continue reading
For this week’s vase I decided to share one that my Arranger put together as a memorial to celebrate the life of a dear friend at her funeral. Karen loved flowers, and this arrangement comes from our garden and our hearts…with … Continue reading
I took a walk in my garden today; it was a gorgeous, hot, sunny day. I would like to share with you three photographs of special spots that captured my eye…and my heart. The first is Itoh peony ‘Bartzella.’ Itoh … Continue reading