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Bushes are brown, but flowers still appear, giving color and hope in this dry summer. And it rained this morning (oh happy day!).
It was a beautiful day today – windy, sunny, and warm. And the first crocuses of spring were in bloom.
By far the most awesome looking plant in the garden is the cardoon. Standing tall and full, and dwarfing all the other plants, it makes a pretty impressive sight. It is the plant that catches the most attention and gets the most questions. So what is cardoon? Apparently, cardoon is not grown much in this … Continue reading
This was supposed to be Miscellaneous Monday Musings, but, it is now Tuesday, so we just have Miscellaneous Musings. Trumpet vine is beautiful … But it is insidious – sneaking about underground and cropping up everywhere. I’m not sure the edamame beans are going to survive the persistent grazing. I’m pretty sure that the peas … Continue reading
My favorite book when I was a child was The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. This is my secret garden. Through a wisteria covered gate, you can see the wild garden beyond. The poppies … The peonies … The rhododendron … The irises … My own secret garden