For a brief moment… and then she was spent. Marking the passage of time.
The culture of sharing is one thing I love about gardening. This David Austin rose joined the Garden Laboratory last year when it was gifted to me by AK. I look forward to seeing it bloom this summer in its new home next to an unlikely (garden) bed partner, an evergreen.
Victory! Just before the hard frost last fall, I planted the tulip bulbs. It was a good strategy. These tall white beauties escaped the usual urban critters. I think I will plant even more this fall…
An edible food source – who knew? The red cones on the Acrocona Norway Spruce are visually arresting, from my Garden Laboratory.
This daffodil blooms every day, ever month – all year long. It is impervious to squirrels and raccoons alike.
Aristotle said, “In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous.” And The Garden has an abundance of marvelous to inspire my art practice, handmade embroidery. Read the entire article by Jacqueline Bishop from the The Huffington Post.