Got a sunny spot? Plant some perennials! The butterflies and bees and hummingbirds will love you. You will love it, too! Oh how I love perennials! Last fall I tore out some lawn and started a small perennial bed. My long-term plans include very little grass and LOTS of perennials. This is the first spring […]
The early morning light in the garden is beautiful. This morning it was still damp from a late night shower and there was just a touch of fog. The colors of the Japanese maple are just exquisite this morning in the early light; although it is tricky to capture in the picture. The newest veggies […]
Oh Hell! It Hailed! – Southern Wild It’s one of those days. First I showed you what happened over the last few days and then…the sky opened up and it hailed. ARGH! So this is what really happened in the garden today. Hail storms are a bitch.
I returned yesterday afternoon from a wonderful weekend in the mountains where there was <gasp> no cell service or internet! And…I returned to tell the tale! It has been raining for days and days and I was afraid the seeds I had sown had most likely drowned. Between rain showers this morning I discovered the resiliency of those […]