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From Angel's Trumpet to Spider Lily

This is the second part to my blog post I started making yesterday. One might think that at the end of summer all the popular garden blooms have faded away. 327 more words


Road Trip: Three Ocean Beaches in Olympic National Park

“That far-resounding roar is the Ocean’s voice of welcome.  His salt breath brings a blessing along with it.”
— Nathaniel Hawthorne, from “Footprints on the Sea-shore” 159 more words

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Spring Bulbs in My Cutting Garden : Feature Plant for September

Since it is the very start of Spring, I thought I would celebrate with a post on my favourite Spring bulbs in the cutting garden. I have also included bulbs from other parts of the garden, where they fit into the same bulb type. 4,473 more words



Cnidarian is a large phylum of animals existing solely in the aquatic environment.  This phylum contains jellyfish, anemones, and box jellyfish.

This is a photo of the ocean where all Cnidarian life forms are found.


Adorable Anemones

I love anemones.  They have ‘my’ colours of purple and pink, and are so bright and cheerful.  When I’ve had them in my garden they’ve not reappeared the next year, so I guess they don’t like my sandy soil.  136 more words

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A vast variety of these perennial plants, native to Temperate areas exist. They are deciduous perennials, we have the delicate

woodland Anemone here throughout our wood. 11 more words


News from the Garden

I do not exactly have what you would call a “green thumb.” In fact, Josh has often accused me of having a “black thumb” and killing plants, and he would not be entirely wrong. 735 more words