This past Mother's Day I woke up early and left kid&husband to sleep in. I headed over to my pea patch plot to get some serious work done! Naturally, I did a ton of weeding (still in progress). Other accomplishments included fighting back my aggressive sage plant and getting an artichoke start in the ground.… Continue reading May gardening
For this week's photo challenge: Big Leaf Maple trees are prolific producers of flowers and seeds! via Prolific
Our bodies exist as 60 percent water. No wonder we dwell amongst dripping ferns on mossy branches in the moody, cloudy, forests.
Continuing with today's garden theme... Tomatoes are red, and strawberries too. Zucchini are green, and blueberries grow true. The purple of potatoes, carrots can grow. Nasturtiums are orange, like the carrots you know. Squash can be yellow, a vibrant hue. So are the flowers of broccoli, too!
In the "better late than never" category, this morning I finally got over to my pea patch garden for the first time this year. Usually I start gardening in early March, there's just been a lot going on and a lot of super cold/rainy weekends. There are a ton of weeds but, thankfully, most are… Continue reading Spring Garden Update