Last Christmas, my sister got our parents each a digital photo frame. They have their own email addresses, so everyone in the family can send images of their lives direct to our folks. Today, I roamed the garden, shooting in 4:3 just to flood mom’s frame with our garden. Here’s the content:Read More a love letter to home…
We started this week saying goodbye to the best part of our hearts, and finish it on our fifth marriage anniversary… with small steps forward in between. I was previously working to add another flowerbed, which has become his resting place and memorial. The bed is planned to be home to Oriental lilies, blackberry vines, […]Read More a week full of big moments and small steps
I don’t have a lot of words today so, instead, a lot of photos:Read More this week in the garden:
Lilyfest approaches and the anticipated crowds are massive!Read More lilyfest is upon us!
Spring has arrived, and early spring colors are filling our wabi-sabi garden. Enjoy the colors below:Read More spring done sprung
Now that the garden’s fence is built, I need to develop flower beds in front of the fenceline. When we first bought our wabi-sabi cottage, we brought flowers with us from the old house. We also received a generous offer from my father-in-law to transplant any flowers we dug up from his farm. That brought […]Read More the great flower migration
The portulaca border is (mostly) stunning. On to the mostly bit: where the gate path drops a half step, the portulaca is decidedly not thriving. The stunted plants look healthy other than their relative size. There is no indication of overwatering, even less considering the slope continues downward past the path end. The division line […]Read More portulaca! portulaca! portulaca!
August is the month for surprise lilies:Read More august is full of surprises
It is nearly August. So… Surprise!Read More surprise!!!