Tag Archives: spring
Pieris Japonica – A Spring time beauty.
The volunteer Golden Plum tree that sprouted from a seed in the chicken coop many years ago is always the first to wake up in the spring, as though shouting a thank you for its very existence. Even though it … Continue reading
I know it’s truly spring when the little blue faces of Chinese Forget-Me-Not appear all over the yard and garden. Flower means True Love.
I’ve never seen a fluffy hummingbird before and dressed in Easter colours too. A special visitation methinks.
Tears from heaven wash the trees, they’re blow-dried in 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 Nature … Continue reading
After our walk yesterday we went into the garden to check the carrot patch. Hisnibs had covered the bed with leaves a couple of months ago so we weren’t sure if anything was left of the carrots still in the … Continue reading
I fain would write a timely poem Of politics and polls Of oil spills and postal strikes Of taxes, wars and goals. But lo, ‘twas not my diascope This timely news to share, For ‘tis delivered daily At my step … Continue reading
Bleeding Heart Dicentra spectabilis Symbol of undying love
Cheeky little guy, came around the post and we were both startled to see each other.