Category Archives: cats

Late May-What Looks Good Now

Don’t you sometimes just want to kick back and eat junk food? No thinking, no calorie counting, no carb counting, no fiber counting, just tasty, pop into your mouth stuff. No guilt. That is what these *What looks good now* … Continue reading

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Earth Day Rant

I was working in the zen garden, contemplating life, the universe and everything when the thought of Earth Day encroached into the peaceful thoughts. The boxwood hedge on one side of the gravel filled box had just been trimmed and … Continue reading

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Welcome Back

You were terribly missed, Erythronium ‘Pagoda’ and Athyrium niponicum var. pictum. And you, little English wildflower Primula veris, your springtime appearance brings a joyous song to our heart. ♥ Seeing your bright bobbing blooms, Kerria japonica ‘Pleniflora’, reminds us of … Continue reading

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Three Things Wednesday*

The first thing is this Oriental Lilium ‘Salmon Star’. It is being engulfed by Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ foliage which will have to be moved. I completely forgot about this late planted lily, a gift from offspring Semi for my birthday in … Continue reading

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Garden Stroll With Kitty

Oh, hello there. So nice to see you here on the middle terrace of the sloping Fairegarden. What’s that you say? You are here for a tour? Well alrighty then. My name is Kitty and I will be your guide. … Continue reading

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July Mish Mash Sparklers

Hooray for the red, white and blue! The red, Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Kopper King’ foliage, white, again Kopper King flower and blue, Salvia farinacea ‘Victoria’. And hooray for purple and orange! Purple Cuphea lanceolata ‘Purple Passion’ Cosmos ‘Cosmic Orange’ Orangey Skipper … Continue reading

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How To Make Lavender Wands

When we began gardening in earnest, when the youngest offspring went to school all day and we had more free time at home, it was the growing of herbs that snagged our attention. Easy to grow, beautiful in the landscape … Continue reading

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