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Goodnight Flower

… from one year ago today:

Pink Impatiens (I), 11.21.14

Floral Photography

Hotel at Virginia Mason, Seattle

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Still Holding On

Even after heavy downpours and near-freezing temperatures at night, flowers are still blooming in our garden.

Wild hydrangea



Pink Impatiens

White Impatiens


Uninformed botanical musings

I had the good pleasure of attending FOSS4G Seoul. One of the organizers (Heegu Park) early on told me, in response to the workshop I planned, something to the effect of “Whatever you need, Steve, ask for it. 191 more words


The Power of Annuals

Winning Plants for Summer Color

 By Teresa Woodard

In the gardening world, annual plants are often the step-child to the perennial darlings.  But Scott Beuerlein, horticulturalist at the… 225 more words



They say that first impressions are important.

Hopefully as a culture we’ve evolved to giving ourselves

More than a few seconds to get to know each other. 269 more words

2015_Day 243: Win some, lose some applies to houseplants, too

When I bought the New Guinea impatiens back around June, it was really pretty, with deep purple leaves and a few bright pink flowers. I potted it and displayed it on my front porch, sure it would soon be full of blossoms and the prettiest flower on the block. 307 more words