wildflowers

AN ABUNDANCY OF FLOWERS

FOTD – July 2 – Flowers, flowers everywhere It’s not only that the flowers are growing with a level of enthusiasm I’ve never seen before. It’s also the growing season has changed. Wild flowers like Queen Anne’s Lace and Spiderwort… Read More ›

DAYLILIES

FOTD – June 28 – Daylilies A day of rain and all the flowers are blooming. This is the time for daylilies. Usually, daylilies are the most powerful flower in the garden, but the Queen Anne’s lace that we allowed… Read More ›

NATURE AT WORK

A Photo a Week Challenge: Nature at Work Water plants in the Blackstone River, a Bluebird, a Goldfinch, white Rhododendrons, and a waterfall. And finally, the super lunar eclipse last May.

DAYLILIES

FOTD – June 20 – Daylilies Usually, we get a big burst of daylilies all popping open on the same day. This year, we are getting a slow stream of lilies. One, then another three. Today another five. What is strange… Read More ›

QUEEN ANNE’S LACE

FOTD – June 17 – QUEEN ANNE’S LACE Last year, we let the Queen Anne’s Lace grow without interference. This year, there are many more than last year. Practically a whole garden full, now plentifully mixed with long, golden daylily… Read More ›

DARK GREEN IN MAY

CMMC May Colors Forest or Dark Green In the northeast, it’s too early for dark green trees. You won’t see leaves that color until the end of June at the earliest. The deepest greens don’t show up until August. But other… Read More ›