Category Archives: Horticulture

I’m in awe: Passion Flowers

I knew they were going to bloom. I knew what they looked like; the plant has bloomed two years in succession before this year’s show. I am still in awe. Nature Mama is one heck of a lady! Able to … Continue reading

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My front flower beds

Over the years, my landscaping style, if I have one, has changed a bit. I used to be more of a control freak, kind of a Louis XIV in the garden variety, wanting to show my domination over nature and … Continue reading

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Work behind the garage

Behind the garage is the last place I seem to get to in my yard travails. Clearly because it is not under my view at all times, I am less likely to see it and attend to it. At the … Continue reading

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The curse of maple seedlings!

Maple seeds can be the bane of our existence. I wonder if I am one of the few people who spends time pulling out these ‘helicopter’ seeds where I find them. I would like to say that I am able … Continue reading

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Snaky snakes and lotus blossoms

My days are busy and always changing. Of late, I have been listening to podcasts about introverts. I am an introvert. I was once painfully shy. I am truly not the shy person I was, but I will always have … Continue reading

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