Saturday, 25 May 2019
Saturday Photo: Fuchsia for the Inside...
But this fuchsia I bought for the living room is something to post about I think. Really lovely...
Saturday, 18 May 2019
Saturday Photo: The Flowers That Don't Bloom in May, Trala!
All seems well--except that during the time that a hole was open in the foundation to allow the water pipe to be changed, a pesky critter entered, it seems.
About twilight, a mouse skittered across the kitchen floor, apparently having come upstairs from the basement. Drat! We've had them in the fall when a door was inadvertently left open and one of them, seeking a warm place to pass the winter, decided to move in. But this is the first time in the spring. Have traps set all over: such a nuisance!
And as you can see, the front garden is pretty well trashed. This weekend I'll bring out some big house plants and place them strategically, but the effect is not going to be the usual! The other photo is of bee balm that most years is quite nice, but I think it has been trashed. Well, gardens are always a work in progress...
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Saturday, 11 May 2019
Saturday Photo: The Flowers that Come in May...
The garden centres are full of plants, and the elementary school our kids went to is holding a plant and flower sale today. But I think I'll wait before I put anything outside. In this year of fickle weather, this time of climate change, anything can happen!
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Friday, 3 May 2019
Saturday Photo: The Front Garden This Summer
The gravel surrounding them are what the front garden is going to look like for most of the summer. Usually we have an exuberant mass of perennials growing--hosta, golden rod, asters and many other things whose names I've forgotten. But because the city is going to do more work on water lines this summer, it will be July or August before we get a chance to replace some of the gravel with earth.
Well, I suppose we should be pleased that we have piped water of good quality, and that some of the plants will continue to grow. It ma be a long summer though...
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