Monthly Archives: June 2010

pale pink peony, part four

pale pink peony, part four

 

pale pink peony, part three

pale pink peony, part three

 

pale pink peony, part two

pale pink peony, part two

 

pale pink peony, part one

pale pink peony, part one

 

lady’s mantle froth…

lady’s mantle froth…

is made up of these simple clusters of tiny petal-less flowers in a perfect shade of chartreuse that lifts any garden design and color scheme. …

 

I call it lovely…

I call it lovely…

others may call it a weed… the truth is I don’t know what this plant is, but it made a pretty picture. I will stumble …

 

cranesbill… the true geranium

cranesbill… the true geranium

 

red clover

red clover

Sweet to the bees, to farmers, and the rest of us too. ¬†Clover honey is one of the most common types of honey available and …

 

the longest day…

the longest day…

The tide has turned, the earth begins making its way to the other side of the sun. Depending on where you live, it has just …

 

volunteer foxglove…

volunteer foxglove…

found growing in a clump of weeds and discovered after a storm when cooking dinner on the grill last night. Foxglove (don’t you just love …