Category Archives: gardens and flowers

A Trio of Mid-June Flowers

There’s a trio of photos waiting for you in this flickr album

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Wednesday Night

Came home today and sat down to paint. Step by step we reach our goals, right? Added quite a bit, managed to leave a lot of white areas where there would be flowers and realize deep in my heart that … Continue reading

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Ladies Day Out

Took Mom up to Faddegon’s today to look around and enjoy the new plants for the season. Here it’s a little early to plant anything other than perennials. Memorial Day wasn’t holding anybody back though at the garden center. Wagons … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo Day Twenty-seven

I saw the twists of lilies of the valley coming up by the diner this morning and remembered the side yard of my paternal grandparent and my father’s aunt and uncle’s house. Lilies of the Valley By the steps, bound … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo Day Twenty-six

Daffodils slowly extinguishing hope released, now fading the forsythia have bloomed sturdy and sunny and along the house shy Fairy Wings – paler yellow, briefly flowers until its leaves fill the side garden with hearts. The one clump of bluebells … Continue reading

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