You know how parents often lie to their children about not having a favorite child? I do the same thing with my seedlings. They all haveRead More
After a shorter than usual Winter’s nap, we too are emerging from our afghans and quilts. Our long-neglected muscles are only matched by our all-too-neglected blog.
Me: How many Magnolia trees do you think we have now?
Anne: It’s crazy, but they are little.
Crocuses receive an abundance of attention. They are among the very first blooms – particularly early this year – and they are stunningly cute…
There’s a lot of repetition here and I apologize if it’s annoying. There are probably more photos of iris than you care to look at, butRead More
I never knew poppies could grow so well in Iowa – particularly the wispy orange California poppies. I thought they were only suited for drier climates; I was obviously misinformed.
I know it rained some in April, and by the looks of our blooms it was a decent amount. Yay, it’s May! Always so much to do in May with cleaning up the garden and building new garden and rearranging old garden, that the blooms sometimes escape capture.