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An Ending ... and a New Beginning

September signals summer’s end, but also a new season, as Fall begins to trend.

Ligularia pods burst into bloom.

As the Hostas present a finale display .  124 more words


Colorful August Gardens

It’s August! And flower gardens are blooming in delicious colors! One of my favorites is the Black Eyed Susan. They radiant so much warmth and cheer with their golden yellow color! 187 more words


Catching up

Today’s guest picture comes from Langholm exile, Irving.  He tells me that he hasn’t seen this recent visitor to his garden in Lochmaben for some time. 590 more words


The Tuesday View - July 18

The perennial beds are proclaiming summer this week with their mix of roses, Shasta daisies, campanula, and delphinium. Our lack of rain for over a month now has made hand watering essential, yet we allow some areas of lawn to go dormant. 167 more words

The Garden in June

May was a gloriously warm and sunny month here in Donegal. Unfortunately, June did not live up to expectations, and we endured rain, rain, and yet more rain… 460 more words


Very thorough

Today’s guest picture was sent to me by our daughter Annie along with the comment, “Guess where I am.”  It turns out that it’s not Naples….or Middlesbrough. 359 more words


Gardening with water runoff in a stream and pond

Living in a mountain setting generally means having to manage storm runoff at times.  Luckily for my mother, the previous owner of the property finished drainage ditches with stones.   1,022 more words