Category Archives: flowers
I bought this fabric back in the late ’80s, I think. I don’t remember how much I bought, maybe a yard or two. There’s not much left — just two pieces, one about 9″ x 20″, the other about 5-1/2″ … Continue reading
A few days ago, I received an email from Dunn Gardens informing me that the garden would be open to members-only today for a special look at the snowdrops, which are peaking early due to recent warmer-than-usual weather. Though Tuesday … Continue reading
One of the blogs I read each day is the Craftsy blog. The entries are relatively short and tightly focused — bigger than a sound bite and more informative, but easily digestible. Several days ago, there was an entry about … Continue reading
Since we bought this house six years ago, one of the best features has been the back yard. The previous owners left us a nice arrangement of flowering plants. Such as . . . . . . two peony bushes … Continue reading
So many beautiful flowers in our yard.
This afternoon, Tim and I walked over to the Dunn Gardens for their first open house event of the year. According to their web site: “At this time of year Dunn Gardens welcomes members and their guests to view the snowdrops, … Continue reading