We have recently entered frost season. My garden has lasted well into November with azaleas, chrysanthumums, hostas and impatiens still in bloom. My vegetables consist of onions and Tabasco peppers. The onions will last all winter; they usually do, but my pepper plant is huge and still filled with green peppers, and all shades of… Continue reading Saving Peppers
Sometimes the unexpected appears in your garden. You thought you planted tulips from bulbs a friend gave you and you got daffodils. The mums you thought died a few years ago suddenly resurface, because you really didn’t take the time to remove the plant from the garden. For me, while I labored over taking out… Continue reading How Did That Get There???
My husband and I walked our dog early this morning and saw several neighbors outside working on their homes, painting front doors, pruning bushes, mulching, cutting grass. One was even moving; sold their house and moving to the new one in time to celebrate Rebel football. Each neighbor was working hard getting their To Do… Continue reading Gardening and College Football
I have 25 Azaleas in my backyard and one decided to bloom in late July.
Not all sunflowers produce seeds. Sad, but true. Mine are drying up and hopefully I’ll have seeds beneath the pollinating flowers.
Two frogs in my garden Hiding in the rocky ledge Eating the ants that stream past Trying hard not to fall off the edge. ~e saunders
My dog loves to walk through my Hosta garden. I was taking pictures of the blooms and, thinking I had the perfect shot of a single flower, found a surprise: a piece of dog hair hanging from the flower. Enjoy the photo. Below it is a retake sans hair. My Hostas are growing well but… Continue reading Hostas