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Often on my trecks through forests and trails I see flora that is fascinating and I just have to take a picture to commemorate the life forms I’m seeing. Like these colonies of toadstools nestled among ferns, moss and … Continue reading
It was a mild weekend at Long Beach — the marsh is shrinking at a time when I expect it to be growing. On a walk yesterday, I picked a few miniature daffodils growing where they appeared to have naturalized … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s where the vase is that’s more important than what’s in it! Glass candle-holder filled with wish rocks.
Gardening is an act of faith –we plant, tend, nurture and believe. Then we wait… …and we water, tend, inspect and wait some more! Waiting
I find it very satisfying to take something that is a chaotic mess and turning it into something beautiful, functional or just finished — like a basket of laundry or a jigsaw puzzle! In early spring I posted a few … Continue reading
For the first time since September, we are experiencing a run of more than two days of sunshine. What a joy to get up in the morning and walk into the gardens with a mug of coffee and nippers in … Continue reading
4/8 big winds fill the sky flowering plum in full bloom daffodils nodding 4/9 mini blue blossoms float upon a sea of green early spring blessing 4/10 curer of madness hellebore the lenten rose behold her power Thanks to Cathy at … Continue reading
I love being outdoors, so all shades of green attract my eye. Looking forward to more green things emerging in my gardens as spring rolls along! It IS Easy Being Green!