Posts Tagged ‘gardening

11
Aug
17

how I feel…

this poor Clematis bloom has woefully suffered amidst the heat of Summer and predation. I, for one, am ready for a cool down!

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08
Aug
17

Forms of beauty…

“Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.” ~Kahlil Gibran

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04
Jul
17

pinklicious…

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25
May
17

peony love…

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25
May
17

scented velvet…

Kissed by the sunshine

the sweetly scented velvet

petals of Love bloom

(Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black)

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18
May
17

Inner beauty too…

“Inner beauty, too, needs occasionally to be told it is beautiful.” Robert Brault,

22
Jan
17

Good signs…

The daffodils have pushed through the just thawed garden soil…the camellias are sporting buds and the hydrangea have new growth showing. Soon enough…

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