Tag Archives: spring
Ranunculus – an invasive species but I rather like the cheery yellow flower that seems to survive no matter how much it is hated. Advertisements
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.
Tears from heaven wash the trees, then blow dry with a cooling breeze, while chickadees and sparrows sing telling all the world, “it’s spring” Once more the woods are painted bright, the day goes on for half the night, Mother … Continue reading
Our Rhododendron is in bloom. Nice mother’s day gift from the Universe.
When you go for a walk, take seeds with you, poppies, rainbow chard, rocket. Plant them among the weeds in patches of wasteland. See what happens. ~Tom Hodgkinson
Make it thy business to know thyself, which is the most difficult lesson in the world. ~Cervantes
A rose needs time and care to be maintained to it’s full potential. And like friendship, once nourished we find it was well worth the effort. ~Unknown
Crows caw in fir trees. Creamy white sky underlined with hazy pink horizon, above a zig-zag border of mountains stretching as far as the window’s view. dove coos her morning song as flocks of gulls head inland from the bay. … Continue reading
Our indoor Calamondin orange tree is happy to see the sun and has produced quite a few nice little oranges. I used one grated in the cranberry sauce I made for Easter dinner and it gave wonderful flavour to the … Continue reading
Helleborus niger Is a little confused with our changeable weather and so am I.
Sky blue forget-me-not creep along looking for inconspicuous places to bloom. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Spring is truly here.