A beautiful afternoon spent in the garden yielded the following rewards: pentstemon seed pods for scattering, some finished compost for the roses–yum, Asiatic lily stem bulbils for propagating and an abandoned house wren nest.
I’m always late to the party, if I manage to show up at all, but here I am–finally–on Instagram. Can I just say how much I love it? We visited New England last weekend and even though I brought my camera and my laptop as I usually do, I never once took them out. The… Read More
The Mister and I like to play a game where we describe, in great detail, our “someday” home. Of course, I have the Someday Garden designed down to the square foot. 🙂 It’s a fun way to pass the time, and it never hurts to dream, right? The thing that keeps me lying awake at… Read More
Earlier this year we decided to dismantle one of our raised beds (long story) and relocate the soil to a new part of our garden. Not long before the soil was moved, however, I had tossed handfuls of annuals seeds in there and I had an inkling that of all the seeds that were dislodged… Read More
So I decided last spring to give ‘Iceberg’ a chance to redeem herself. I’ve grown her in a garden past and enjoyed the fresh white blossoms, but frustrated by her susceptibility to blackspot thought this was a rose that I would never grow again. That was until I saw these photos on 66 Square Feet of… Read More
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