FOTD – October 1 – S if for Spiderwort and Sunflowers Really, spiderwort is a wildflower. Very few people intentionally grow it. In fact, as far as I know — at least around here — I am the only one…. Read More ›
FOTD – R is for rhododendron, roses and ruffled petunias.
FOTD – P is for so many names including “plant” itself! There are a lot of plants that begin with a P — probably many more than I have here, but I’m trying to display a little self-control!
CMMC – September – The letter P starts the word I have a lot of “P” stuff from petunias, pottery, printers and pocket watches to Pileated woodpeckers and porcelain.
FOTD – September 28 – Narcissus We’ve had any number of conversations in this house about whether narcissus another daffodil variety. Some say yes, others no. They have a very similar structure and the same kind of leaves. They grow… Read More ›
FOTD – September 26 – Magnolia, sugar maple and mums The Ms turned out to be pretty special. I think I have more of them somewhere, but these three will be good enough, I hope.
CBWC: My Pick – The best of the black & white photographs I don’t know if these are my best black & white photographs, but they are among my favorites.