Monthly Archives: June 2012

Every sparrow falling

So this weekend, I did a kind of crazy thing.  We were having the house power-washed, as it needed to be cleaned.  However, a robin had nested in the dogwood tree outside my window, and her babies were definitely not … Continue reading

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On those pesky invaders

My garden is full of things that shouldn’t be there.  Some of that was intentional, some of it was accidental– a lack of knowledge and foresight on my part.  Most of those invaders are lovely. This pretty thing is gooseneck … Continue reading

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Coneflower days and firefly nights

So my adventure to the City was suitably fabulous and full of flowers.  My friend, who knows me far too well, suggested that we walk the High Line.  The High Line is an old raised railroad track that has been converted … Continue reading

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An adventure awaits

Tomorrow I am off to have an adventure in the City, but first, some photos.  I have one more from Earthly Delights which I neglected to share and it was just too amazing to pass up. This was just so … Continue reading

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Sunflower fields forever

A series of pictures, because I am too tired to think straight. A sunflower field at dusk, last summer.  I’m looking forward to sunflower season again this year.  It has always been one of my favorite times of year.  Even … Continue reading

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Long live the weeds

Today I spent the day at Earthly Delights, a garden show and tour type thing.   It’s a three day event, with lectures and vendors and the opportunity to walk through the gardens.  Unfortunately, I missed the lectures, but there’s … Continue reading

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Down came the rain and washed the spider out

It has been a long and tiring week, so in lieu of actual content, three photos for your enjoyment. And for starters, some things that are blooming in the garden. This is Graham Thomas, and until just the other day, … Continue reading

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