Almost every day for the last week I have spotted a hummingbird and a yellow swallowtail butterfly flitting around the rhododendrons, but I have yet to catch either on camera. There is, however, an abundance of life among the blossoms, … Continue reading
I have the loveliest little garden outside my front door. I can’t claim credit for much of it… most of this was in place when we bought the house. I did add three small plants, though: chives, tarragon and thyme, … Continue reading
A row of lilies beside our generator shed has been blooming over the month of July, one color blooming right after the previous one begins to fade, beginning with yellow and ending in white. Gorgeous!
The past month has gotten busy around here, and while I’ve been taking lots of photos I haven’t spent the time to get them posted. So here is a selection of what has been catching my eye around the farm … Continue reading
Took a walk through the pasture today. I have a soft spot for the small and easily overlooked flowers that are often classified as weeds. They are beautiful in their simplicity. I’ve identified most of them, can you?
Little yellow flowers mean tomatoes are on their way! This is a Pink Brandywine, a late season tomato and it may be September before I actually get anything from this variety, but there are plenty of others that should come … Continue reading