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Rhododendron macrophyllum Deciduous shrub. Lovely little rhodo out by our cabin. Such an amazing soft pink colour. “Cunningham’s Blush” Is a good companion for azalea and holly. Deer proof unless the males stomp on them, which they tend to do … Continue reading
I love the deep pink of the wild flowering currant, a true harbinger of spring.
It’s so beautiful I just had to share. There are three roses on this bush and they are all spectacular. It’s a David Austin ‘Scepter’d Isle’ Correction: It’s a Tea Rose “Bewitched”
Happy Birthday Dear Sister, Happy Birthday To You.
Woodland or Dwarf Rose Rosa gymnocarpa BC’s smallest and most delicate wild rose. Shrub to 4’ tall. Many weak prickles. Pale pink, dainty flower. Hip a small orange pear shaped. Eaten by the natives to sustain life in times of … Continue reading
Thi This is a wild flowering currant, the only one surviving of four we transplanted from the power line over 40 years ago. It comes back every year. Love it! Means: “You please all.”
Kolkwitzia is closely related to Weigela. Amazing scent I can smell all over the yard. And it is deer resistant, which explains why it is 7 feet tall and still growing.
These pink poppies popped up in the herb garden. I guess I must have planted them but they were a nice surprise. Lovely soft pink atop a fragile looking stem.
From my studio window I can see the camellia towering over the roof of the house. Camellia don’t like the rain anymore than I do. They fade quickly when wet so I’m going to appreciate them while I can see … Continue reading
When a person doesn’t have gratitude, something is missing in his or her humanity. A person can almost be defined by his or her attitude toward gratitude. ~Elie Wiesel
I call this my schizo cactus because it blooms whenever it feels like it, sometimes three or four times a year. I’ve had it over 24 years and still have not found any pattern to it. It is in a … Continue reading
Finally, some moisture for our very dry garden and forest. Thank you for rain.