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Tomorrow morning…Monday…I expect to wake up to the first frost that has been forecast for our area. I’ve spent the weekend doing some of my clean up chores, although the warm weather so far this fall has lulled me into … Continue reading
I have spent most of the past two days in bed with something that can’t be described in a family blog. My sweet Arranger felt that I needed a lift; she made this little viola posie to bring cheer to my bedside. I … Continue reading
Today is our four year Leap Day and it’s on a Monday, so it is time for In a Vase on Monday, hosted by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden. The larger vase spotlights unidentified hellebores, including the first yellow one to … Continue reading
Well, it’s Monday, time for another Vase. The rain and cold temperatures of the past week have left me with little options for this week’s vase. However, there is a bit of color in the garden today that will bear … Continue reading
When I went for A Walk in the Garden this morning, I witnessed the results of an overnight frost. Many of the flowers that were blooming yesterday are now mushy and turning brown. That left me with limited options for this … Continue reading
We are in the midst of changing out our pots in our semi-annual transition. It’s time to replace the winter annuals with summer ones. It means, of course, putting into the compost pile a lot of still beautiful pansies and violas, but … Continue reading