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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.
It’s always been a Christmas cactus but it’s blooming now. Thanksgiving cactus, maybe. Thanks cactus. ©2014 Sharron R. McMillan