I love playing in the yard. I do best with perennials, as I tend to kill anything named ‘annual,’ ‘houseplant,’ or ‘succulent.’
The daisies are blooming! The daisies are ready!
Mid- to late-June we had a hail storm rip through all my hosta gardens. I am saddened and feel their pain!
Mid-June: Hosta are huge. They are large and in charge. They are continuing to amaze me every time I walk outside.
Mid-May: Hosta are loving the spring rains and warmer sun!
Mid-May: These striped tulips are in full bloom! The animals appear to prefer the tasted of solid red tulips over stripes.
Mid-April: My daffodils planted last fall are a site in the brownness of the rest of the yard this time of year.
August: Hosta flowers are so dainty-looking compared to the indestructable-ness of the rest of the plant. New word. Indestructable-ness.
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