One of the best shows so far has been a one year-old sweetshrub that I sensibly protected with deer net. It has been sending out these beautiful cerise blooms on last year’s growth.
I never know what to do with it; but, waste not, want not!
It’s time for round two. July brings a new bounty of weeds. Here in the…
If you have a chance, visit this magnificent manor. This is one home and garden tour worth your time.
It was warm and sunny during the day, and cool at night. We didn’t need heat or air conditioning. This is a huge energy saver.
Fresh lime juice has no substitute, so don’t even go there. You won’t regret the extra effort!
Yes, I have been teased about my urn planters sporting cherry tomato plants. That’s okay, though. I’ll enjoy popping those sweet, sun-warmed tomatoes right into my mouth while I sit on the deck reading the latest thriller.
Summer is finally here, and its arrival brings cravings for those foods we associate with…
This quinoa and vegetable salad is really easy to make, and you can use whatever vegetables you prefer, or that you have on hand.
In the end, what really matters is that you find what pleases and brings enjoyment to you.
Don’t we all need an afternoon nap now and again?
My sister-in-law pinned this down perfectly! Cars, people, dog poop. Ah, summer in the city.…
Dietland delves into sexual violation and exploitation of females, and the story is not pretty.
We are eager to go, and then eager to come home again. This is the…
Don’t be fooled into thinking that you need to purchase “hummingbird nectar,” or that it must be red. Neither is true.
Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are as enjoyable in the summer as they are in the winter!
We walked over to the footbridge he had recently built over our little creek. There, quite clearly, where the large paw prints of a bear.