Tag Archives: blooms

Herb Robert Blooming Still

Herb Robert Geranium robertianum Geranium family. Natural. Herb to 1’ high, strong-scented. An introduced species on the coast. Stems: red, weak covered with sticky hairs, joints swollen. sprawling plant. Leaves: three-parted, each division further parted. Light green, purple edged. Turn … Continue reading

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Almost Forgotten Forget-Me-Nots

There they are!  Sweet blue forget-me-not blooms remember, warm spring days, sun on your face and the scent of moist dirt in beds full of flowers. I really do think it must be spring. ©2017 Sharron R. McMillan

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Golden Plum In Bloom

Lovely golden plum tree that grew from seed where our chicken coop used to be.  We’d feed the chickens our scraps and one plum pit must have sprouted.  It’s been a spindly little tree for years but this year it … Continue reading

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Laurel Blossoms

Not to be outdone by the rest of the blooming yard, Laurel hedge shows off its ability to blossom too. ©Sharron R. McMillan

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