Good Friday to you all. Today I am so excited to be sharing more pics of sweet peas blooming in my garden this year. As it got warmer here in May my sweet pea vines burst into full bloom and now I have a prolific profusion of sweet pea blossoms. Continue reading Friday Flowers. Swimming in Sweet Pea Blossoms!
Good Friday to you all. On a happy note in the garden for the first time in seven years I have sweet peas blooming! I’ve tried for years to grow these darlings of the spring garden to no avail. Then last fall I decided to try again, one more time. Success! Continue reading Friday Flowers. First Flush of Sweet Pea Blossoms
Good Monday to you all. How was your Easter? I know, not the celebration you were hoping for, but I trust everyone is doing well and got to celebrate in a unique way this year. This will be an Easter we will all remember for many years to come I’m sure. Continue reading While Humans Pause Nature Continues to Hum. Week 5 of Shelter in Place
It’s Easter Sunday and though it’s not our typical Easter celebration, we do have much to be thankful for. Our world is coming together against a common enemy, the corona virus. When was the lat time the entire world stood together in solidarity? In the true meaning of Easter, let us celebrate the arrival of Spring’s hope and the victory of good over sin.
“The very first Easter taught us this: that life never ends and love never dies.”
–Katie McGahan Continue reading First Spring Rose
Good Friday to you all. Today I would like to share pictures of a gorgeous camellia tree blooming in my garden. I only have one camellia bush, it came with the house and though I’ve moved it a couple of times it always survived and rewards me with sublime pale pink and dark prink striped blooms. These blooms are so pretty that every year I admire their beauty. Such beauty comes at a price though as these blossoms are so heavy that it be rain or shine, they droop on the bush; making it hard to appreciate these lovely blossoms. Continue reading Camellia Blossoms in the Garden
Good Friday to you all. Today I want to share with you this idea I had for a curbside pickup for my garden flowers. Continue reading Freesias for Friends. Curbside Pickup
Today I’d like to share with you some photos of my little lemon tree which is covered in ripe Meyer lemons ready to pick. They look so pretty hanging bright yellow on the branches. I read in one of the gardening magazines that you want to wait for the citrus to be ripe before they are picked as they don’t ripen once they are off the tree. So I picked just a handful and left the rest. Continue reading Friday Fruits: Meyer Lemons
Today I would like to share photos of glorious freesias in bloom in my garden and in bouquets. Continue reading Freesias for Friends. My 2020 Freesia Season is Here!
How was your week? Ready for a relaxing weekend? For us this week our temperatures have been unseasonably warm – we are talking temperatures in the 70s and even low 80s!! I think we even broke a few records 🤔. Our spring bulbs are thinking its spring already and have started blooming all over town. Continue reading Friday Flowers. Daffodil Daydreams at Filoli Gardens
In the garden this week my focus continued on winter pruning. I moved up to my veggie patch to prune my rose bushes and to see how my veggies were doing, and boy was I surprised to see them thriving. Here is a look at my veggie patch with its pea shoots, green peas, and super greens. Continue reading Friday Flowers. Sugar Snap Pea Blossoms & Snap Pea Stir Fry