Although the snow blankets everything you still see the beauty in the winter landscape.
Streams of colour
In constant motion
showing shades of beauty hidden Powered by the wind
As it caresses the river of scent
Gently, softly, lovingly
And moves through the rows
Never stopping, always… Continue reading
A perfect spot in the south of France for lunch in the afternoon, a sip of wine or a spot of tea.
Here is a clever combination of plants and flowers for a window box. I love original ideas!
Lavender Flower Believe it or not it has been so mild here in New England some of Lavender is still blooming. So so strange.
Purple Clematis An early sign of spring a Clematis in vibrant purple.
Weeping Cherry Who knew that a Weeping Cherry depending upon the time of year could give two different looks of the same flower. Weeping Cherry
White Peony Flower When I see my Peony flowers start to bloom in spring I get so excited. I don’t think there is a more beautiful flower. Unfortunately they just don’t last long enough.
The first flower that blooms in my yard are these violets. They pop up just about everywhere. A word of warning which I myself should have heeded, these flowers are very invasive. If… Continue reading
Currently we have approximately two feet of snow on the ground with another blizzard due to hit us this coming Saturday night. They expect this next storm will dump another 12+ inches on… Continue reading
Where I vacationed in Maine there was a big open field beside the house and it was full of wildflowers. I thought they were absolutely beautiful and an early sign of fall. However… Continue reading
SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE… Continue reading
Dying to see these dazzling flowers but alas we are about to buried by 12 to 18 inches more snow tonight! Can you believe it? I don’t know if spring will ever truly… Continue reading
Print available for purchase on ETSY here… After I post landscape, coastal, city shots for a while I always get drawn back to my garden photos. Especially now that the leaves are off… Continue reading
Black Eyed Susan’s pop up in gardens all over Cape Cod in late July into August. To me they just resonate happiness. And yet at the same time they are one of the… Continue reading
There are two types of people. Those that love bright vibrant color and those that love soft muted color. I am of the first group. While I can appreciate a beautiful pastel, faded… Continue reading
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It is flowering Crabapple season here in the Northeast. Actually it’s almost gone by. This and a Bradford Pear tree are two of my most favorite flowering trees. I just love them. The… Continue reading
One thing I love about Cape Cod is the care people take in the small things that say “Welcome” to my home or business. The above picture was taken at the “The Brown Jug” which… Continue reading
View of back yard from back deck! When I say I am relieved once our gardens are all set for the season you will see why. It takes a tremendous amount of work… Continue reading
In May 2010 my two cousins, my daughter and myself took a weeklong trip to Vancouver, British Columbia Canada to visit my older sister Barbara. I had never been to Vancouver before and… Continue reading
Just a gentle reminder not that any of us need one, that spring is just around the corner and of all the natural beauty and wonderment that is awaiting!!! Slowly approaching us one… Continue reading