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In a pot on a post in the rose garden, a begonia challenges the beauty of roses.
Nice healthy thimbleberry bush at the front of our yard. They are edible but sort of fuzzy, I don’t like the texture but I do like the flowers.
Hisnibs informs me these are Oyster Mushrooms which are edible. Sorry for the mistake. Oyster – creamy white with smooth soft texture. Fan shape and mild flavour. Size varies from tiny to large. shelf fungi – Fungi are made up … Continue reading
Phlox paniculata ‘Purple Flame’ (pink) ‘David’ (white) Planted. Perennial. Strong upright plants to 22” tall. Likes full sun to light shade. Feed bonemeal in spring. Water when dry. Dislike being transplanted. Improved by pinching out growing tip of the tallest … Continue reading
Foxglove (Witch’s Thimble) Digitalis purpurea Figwort family. Biennial wild herb to 6’ high. Natural. Grow all over our yard. Stems: stout, Leaves: soft and hairy Flowers: in long inflorescences, tubular, purple to white, with purple spots inside the throat, drooping … Continue reading
They blossomed, they did not talk about blossoming. ~ Dejan Stojanovic,
The scent of lilacs always takes me back to the days I walked to school and passed a hedge of lilacs. That perfume lifted my spirits and still does.
In February? I had my seeds out ready to garden. What happened?
I spend a lot of time staring out my studio window these days. Lovely quietness.
Osmanthus Delavayi – Such an elegant name for a lovely shrub. The flowers are edible, floated as a fragrant garnish in drinks, or dried & added as a seasoning in fancy tea mixes, or in potpourri. In China it was … Continue reading