Tag Archives: Flowers
I can’t decide, do I lead with the ‘elephant in the room’ or close with it. Oh heck, let’s get it out of the way. New Hampshire is in what is called ‘stay at home 2.0’ which is in effect … Continue reading
Barn doors in Washington that led to Dahlias were like entering a candy store for me. My sister-in-law is a big Dahlia flower grower so one of our adventures was to visit her dahlia source, The Dahlia Barn. To say … Continue reading
Hot, hot, hot – it was hot this weekend. There were no outside activities except for watering and picking raspberries. There was a lot of keeping the shades drawn and finding inside projects to keep busy. Thursday night I did … Continue reading
A Camelia Tree of many colors at Mepkin Abbey, Moncks Corner, South Carolina.
It’s lily season in New England. I know they only last for a single day, but I love them anyway. They’re the same, but different. The colors are all beautiful. They’re straight, and they are curly. They are large, and … Continue reading
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
New England definitely has four separate seasons. But, when the challenge came through for seasons, I immediately thought about seasonal flowers. I love spring flowers like Bleeding Hearts, have beds full of Day Lilies, appreciate the beauty of giant Sunflowers, and enjoy Poinsettias … Continue reading