The lacy Queen Anne is beautiful next to chicory.
Thinking back to my grandparents’ yard, I don’t recall that they ever applied fertilizer.
Do you “branch out” when planting your patio pots?
Midsummer brings warm days and cool nights. The wildflowers are loving it!
My “no fuss” solution is to let the grass grow around the tree bases, like inverted grass skirts!
The flowers are hardly noticeable, but, oh, that scent!
Some spreading plants are horrors; others are your best friends.
The berries must love the rain, because they’ve never looked this good.
So glad you could come along for the ride!
Even the Tulip Poplar gets in on the act!
Back to your childhood, when you lay in the grass watching the leaves dance and sparkle in the late afternoon sunshine.
“Who loves a garden still his Eden keeps” — A. Bronson Alcott It is a refrain…
May flowers! If you have a park, field, or woods nearby, head out during May…