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Forsythia Petals and Daffodil

The forsythia petals are falling, and they look so pretty on last year’s leaves.  This back garden is wild.


This photo of a daffodil, from the little garden by the back door, is also beautiful. 6 more words

Nature

Ellen Grace Olinger reblogged this on Haiku Prayers - Poetry And Other Art and commented:

I am just learning to take photos again. Karl showed me how to transfer them from his camera to a blog post. Blessings, Ellen

Rites of Spring

Joyfully welcoming back my old friends, the May flowers. 83 more words

Linnet Likes

Growing Hydrangeas in the Intermountain West

Hydrangeas are a favorite plant for many a gardener.  This includes myself, as the big, romantic blooms of these lush-leafed plants have a most decadent presence in the garden. 1,471 more words

Gardening

The Apple of My Eye

With the end of April comes the beginning of a new year in the life of the garden’s old apple tree. There really isn’t anything quite like apple blossom to lift the spirit on what is a chilly end to the month. 344 more words

Pruning

In A Vase On Monday: Springtime Fresh

Yippee! It’s Monday and I am finally participating in this lovely meme started by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.  For those of you seeing this for the first time, each week, gardeners fill a vase with something beautiful from their gardens, snaps some photos and then write a post about it titled, “In A Vase on Monday.” 134 more words

Gardening

My Garden's Fairy Godmother

Sometimes neglect yields great surprises. My garden is my sanctuary and I feel very disconnected when I am not able to spend time weeding and cultivating. 508 more words

Garden

Capture the Beauty

Oh the beauty of gardens! There is something totally mesmerizing and special about photographing the creation as it grows, buds and exhibits its beauty.

As photographers we look for this beauty everywhere and especially at the National and State Arboretums, Botanical Gardens, private gardens and our own Promise Gardens and backyard. 147 more words

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