Tag Archives: Flower gardening
This month gets my gardening engine revving up. The weather is warm enough to be outside, it rains frequently and keeps the plants watered, and everything is green and colorful. I picked the last of the daffodills yesterday and have … Continue reading
If you’re looking to see the Lupines in NH, then when the second week in June rolls around, head north to Sugar Hill, exit 38 for Franconia off I 93. Sugar Hill is on Route 117 between Franconia and Lisbon. … Continue reading
Choosing to focus indoors because we have 6″ of snow forecasted for this weekend. April Fool’s joke? I wish.
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
If you’re a gardener, this time of year tends to make your heart sing. Trees, shrubs and perennials are lush, green, and colorful. Although it is Monday, and a couple of good blogging friends, PMBGarden and Eliza Waters, participate in In … Continue reading
I’ve been gardening or more specifically, weeding, in between rain showers. I have weeds that appear to be on steroids. I don’t think the art of weeding is passed in the genes because I’m not seeing anyone lining up to … Continue reading