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Bulbs. The ultimate in optimism. You plant this little brown, papery thing in the fall, just before the ground freezes solid and gets covered with snow, only to thaw and be rained on few months later, and you expect that little brown thing to grow into a beautiful flower? 1,108 more words


SIGMA 70-300mm F4-5.6 DG MACRO

Inexpensive Zoom Lens



Gardening without limits (well... just a few)

If you like them, you should plant them. If they do not work well together, then by all means, move them!

My approach to gardening is that simple. 177 more words

Spring Break

Ah! It’s very much still spring here in Michigan. Most days are still in the 60s at the warmest, and humidity hasn’t set in at all. 418 more words


Friday Flora - Muscari armeniacum 'Peppermint'

This little powder blue grape hyacinth has been flowering in my back door pots for at least three weeks now and is still looking pretty good. 359 more words


End of April View 2016

At last, the bare earth is quickly disappearing under an array of foliage: mainly of bulbs, but also delphiniums, hydrangeas, penstemons, oriental poppies, foxgloves and snapdragons, all greening up and preparing for a summer’s flowering; and by flowers that have already in bloom: drumstick primulas, aubretia, bergenia, forget-me-nots, tulips, narcissi, … 627 more words