Tulips, Daffs and…snowflakes in summer??? Here’s today’s vase of fresh cut flowers from the garden.
White with a hint of yellow in this week’s vase of spring bulbs.
Yellow and white spring bulbs offer fragrance and colour in today’s vase.
Saturday was warm and sunny – the bees were out in droves, another tulip variety opened, were it not for the ticks I would have been gardening in shorts and a t-shirt. And a hat, of course, and not just for sun protection, these days! Sunday, on the other hand, was still warm but we […]
Two toned blue Muscari are the star of this week’s vase.
More daffs n this week’s vase of cut flowers.
The first daffs are blooming in Prince Edward County!
Snowdrops make an appearance in this year’s first vase of flowers cut from the garden.
I know, it’s February. I know, it’s my first IAVOM post since 2019. When you say it like that, sounds I’ve been slacking off a bit, eh? Well. It’s winter. There’s snow, and ice. Although I’ve seen a few snowdrop and daffodil tips poking through now and then, garden flowers are still a few months […]
I don’t recall ever seeing a Where’s Waldo puzzle (apparently originally called Where’s Wally, in Britain) but from what I gather, it involves finding a funny man who is camouflaging himself in various situations. Since the house still has colourful poinsettias in bloom, Amaryllis stalks shooting skyward with flower buds quickly swelling and a half […]