Tag Archives: Dahlia

Garden adventure

On Saturday, a friend and I went on a garden tour in what I’d call a rural/bedroom community. Their population is around 10,000. We saw a variety of beautiful gardens, traveled dirt roads, hiked through the woods between a couple … Continue reading

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Dinosaur

“…a person…that is outdated or has become obsolete because of failure to adapt to changing circumstances.” I really don’t like the idea of being obsolete so I do a lot of googling to try and understand new thinking including a … Continue reading

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To Rule A Garden…Or More

Originally posted on Gardens For Goldens:
“Anybody who wants to rule the world should try to rule a garden first.” ~ Author Unknown I found this unattributed quote and it struck me as true. Nothing humbles like a garden –…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve

These are the curves of the Dahlia Bishop of Llandaff in my garden. My blogging friend, Dan, at The Frustrated Gardener has the most gorgeous Dahlias I’ve ever seen. This one is a little too tame for his landscape, but he did … Continue reading

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