A few more Zinnias in today’s vase of cut flowers.
I had to bite the bullet late last week and drastically prune back a lot of Zinnias and Prairie Coneflower – Ratibida pinnata – in order to give some room to a few rapidly growing dahlias and make passable the pathway leading to said dahlias. I wound up with an armful of flowers on long […]
A new-to-me green glass vessel adds a touch of whimsy to today’s vase of fresh cut flowers.
Spinach sprigs help fill out this week’s vase of fresh cut flowers.
Given how hot it is in much of the eastern part of the country, and how scorching hot it is in the west, it’s hard to fathom that summer is only a week old. Talk about starting with a bang! Also given the heat, it’s pleasantly surprising to see a few peonies still hanging on. […]
Tiny flowers for today’s tiny vase
An abandoned, rusty jar and deep blue Muscari look great together in this week’s vase of cut flowers.
I think I’ve been posting nothing but snowdrops this year. For good reason, I suppose, since there’s been nothing else yet in bloom (although I have spotted the odd Crocus). Narcissus within a few weeks, I’m hoping! Each Monday Cathy at Rambling In The Garden encourages us to share a vase highlighting what is growing […]
It’s no secret that March is my least favourite month of the year. Temperatures fluctuate wildly; it may snow heavily one day and the snow may be melted two days later. Then we’ll get another blast from the Arctic, freezing moisture in the ground and heaving the soil, exposing perennial roots. And it’s muddy. And […]
The thing is, I can never predict when they’ll bloom!