Honestly, I sometimes first go out with the camera to postpone the mowing and weeding. Today was such an occasion. You’ve seen the roses, but what is happening elsewhere? Click … Read More
Until next time, Keep Digging & Eat Well!
The Gastronomic Gardener
All this talk about vegetables and food production is grand, but my first love in gardening is the perennials. I poked around a little bit the other day, and snapped … Read More
Is everybody settled after the Blogger outage? I hope so. I was getting worried there for a bit.
It was unseasonably warm this week and we had a good bit … Read More
There is no turning back, oh, it might yet snow, but spring shall not be denied!
It’s amazing what we see when we look closer. This little clump grows each … Read More
I love the peonies, but before they can bloom in all their glory, the beds needs to be cleaned out.
While it’s about 40F, a grey and windy day, I’m still … Read More
When I started the yard had very little shade. It was great for most flowers, yet I wanted a shady area to grow some shade plants, hostas and ferns, perhaps … Read More
When I was in the initial stages of planning the perennial garden in 2002, one goal was to have the garden as low maintenance as possible. A choice I made to that end … Read More
About seven – eight years ago, I planted the shrub roses in the back. They were small and tender, but not much to look at. In 2003 they were still quite … Read More