finally in ~ six on saturday

I was finally able this morning to plant my echinacea in their new homes.  Last evening, I dropped the final branches in this area which was the reason for not planting sooner.  Here is the final planting, which is looking very sparse and even a little pitiful, but time will take care of that. There are also a couple hydrangea back here that haven’t done … Continue reading finally in ~ six on saturday

this week’s bouquet

This week’s bouquet comes with something a little extra . . . a table set for a 4th of July celebration. And I have the perfect flower for this week’s bouquet . . . Monarda, or commonly known as (and the name I prefer) . . . Bee Balm. I don’t think there is another flower that so resembles the fireworks that are such an … Continue reading this week’s bouquet

moss

There is something about moss that fascinates me.  I’m not sure I really understand it, but whether in my yard or on a hike, I am always drawn to it. There is moss growing in my front yard in the grass.  For serious lawn keepers, moss is like the enemy, but I encourage it to grow and I use it often in pots of flowers, … Continue reading moss