Yes, I discovered the other day that I have polka-dot poppies….well, not quite polka-dot, myabe polka-splash would be a better term. It looks like someone had fun flicking a brush with green paint towards these beauties. Enjoy.
My first iris The end of the fringes is approaching… but what a great opportunity for a final shot.
I couldn’t help but share this discovery with you. I was out taking photos of my newest fringed tulips – yellow and pink are now in bloom. A few of the older ones that I showed you are still hanging in there too … quite a while for a tulip it seems to me. Lo and behold as I got closer into the centre, a little guest appeared. Enjoy. THE PINKS – FINDING THE VISITOR CLOSER AHA! THERE HE IS! THE YELLOW – A SPLASH OF SUNSHINE
Hello Everyone- I know it has been awhile since I have posted anything. My seedlings were doing great until last week my tomatoes and basil started to die. The reason is because I put too much water in the pellet trays the last time I watered them. So, they dampened off and died. Sigh. Time to start over on Tomatoes, Basil and Anise. Surprisingly all the Peppers, Oregano, and Marjoram are doing GREAT. The Eggplant however looks very touchy as well. These may die too and will probabl...
No pics at this time, but al of my seeds germinated very well! I added another cake dome thing with some store bought flower seeds as a control cuz I wasn’t sure if my saved seeds from my pepper plants and store bought tomatoes were gonna work, and the ratio was definitely in favor of the flowers, but I did have a bunch of pepper/mater seeds sprout! Now I have to figure out which is pepper and which is mater, lol! Oh, I have also taken them out and put them into the sunshine, but still ...
On my morning tour of the gardens, I had to remove a sheet of ice from the birdbath. I guess it’s time for me to plug it in.I’m surprised that the begonia and spiderplant doesn’r show signs of being touched by the frost…...we’ve had some very cold nights. There must be enough shelter under the trees to protect them. But after the severe winds we had over the weekend there isn’t much protection left under the trees. So I thought I’d take a few of t...
Hard to believe 2009 is almost over and my first gardening experience is drawing to a close.It has certainly been one of the most learning experiences of my adult life. I have learned a good many things, as I know there is more to come. I have accomplished many so many things this year even I can’t believe it. I have even started some of my own root cuttings…..wow. The other day as I was digging up these pretty white flowers from my lawn, I was thinking to myself, I had no idea 3 ...
This was a good year for tomatoes here . Off to a slow start with cold and snow, it recovered in June and has been warm and sunny for the remainder of the summer right up into September.We have had little rain which caused a bit of over watering and splitting of some fruit but other than that, it was a wonderful year from both quantity and quality
Hi folks, its me again…..dying to share these beauties with you…. a new hardy geranium : Starman this PLUMBAGO is so impressive, what a delightful blue hue: lovely container with impatiens : tropical MANDEVILLA is blooming and a wonderful perfume too : more impatiens: more impatiens : i purchased this hibiscus late so i dont think it will flower this year, i will remove it from the container and plant it right there….. nice...
a few vignettes from my garden….
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