Tag: Gardens

Orange and Yellow Roses

I love roses and try my best to grow them in my garden. It’s not always easy.  The shrubs can become scrawny and the leaves spoiled by blackspot.  The buds may be few or may not open at all. Last year I took out…

Busy as a Bee

I walked in my garden today and stopped to watch the bees. Bees on a mission working together and apart, Taking no thought of the other. Bees on the lavender and bees on the chives, Buzzing from blossom to blossom there was room for…

Photo Shoot with Tiger in the Garden

“Hey Tiger, how’s it going?” “Well Sue, to be honest with you. I’ve been feeling left out.” “Really Tiger? Why’s that?” “You did a story on the garden the other day –  Benji was in it – but I wasn’t.  It seems like you’re…

Morning Tour of the May Garden

I woke early to find the sun rising in the garden. It shined on the garden beds anchored by the clematis which is still the star of the show. Other plants are waking up too like this old fashioned fragrant rose. The strawberry bed…

A Photo a Week Challenge: Clematis Three Ways

I planted this clematis in my garden many years ago and it’s been happily climbing ever since – up the fence, around neighboring shrubs, and over everything in its path.  It doesn’t ask for fertilizer or any special care, just a place to spread…

Spring Color at Soos Creek Botanical Garden

It’s been a long week and I needed to get out for fresh air and an easy walk. Soos Creek Botanical Garden was just the ticket so after a quick coffee stop I drove south to the lovely Botanical Garden in Auburn, to walk…

Dazzled by the Tulips at Roozengaarde

I was completely dazzled at the Tulip Festival this week and thought I’d share a few more pictures I took at Roozengaarde Farms. According to their website, “William Roozen emigrated from Holland in 1947 with years of experience in the bulb industry and started…

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