There are always flowers for those who want to see them Henry Matisse
Seed Saving or Brownbagging, is the act of selecting a healthy and productive plant and saving seeds from that plant to use during the next growing season. Seeds are sometimes captured in a brown bag hence the term Brownbagging. To learn more about Brownbagging, use the following link (from Vegetable Seed Saving Handbook). Tip: When […]
Our Community is hosting an Urban Gardening Seed Exchange. I’m very excited to meet local gardeners, make new friends and create a great opportunity for our community to “Grow”! We will have prizes and hope to have a community member speak about a gardening topic of interest! It’s going to be a great Saturday to […]
Purple Coneflower seeds Embers Ice Loving the opportunities for close-ups. Beauty surrounds us! Three Ladybugs Play
Frosty morning picture.
I had the opportunity to get out on my own to snap some shots on a frosty morning last weekend. We have been lucky here that It has been a beautiful long Autumn. Trees are starting to show bare branches and frost has begun to decorate flowers on occasion. A great time for nature pictures. […]
Imagine… Closing your eyes and reaching out your hand to touch this soft and wooly delight Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a bed made of these to sleep under the stars?
We had the most wonderful time at Dakeyne Farm Sunflower Maze last weekend. It was the first time we had been to a Sunflower Maze. If you’ve never been to a Sunflower Maze you should. It’s such a beautiful sight to see!!! I loved that the kids had a blast at Dakeyne Farm, there were […]
Our privet hedge recently bloomed and has been attracting many different types of flying insects. We have seen honeybees, native bees, butterflies and more. I’ve been climbing a ladder to get close enough to a sphinx moth who has been quite elusive. Sphinx moths are sometimes mistaken for hummingbirds because of their shape and size. […]