Summer is in full swing in the garden and a rainbow of colors are in bloom so I decided to make up a rainbow-styled bouquet. All of the flowers are from my garden and I think I counted over 30 different kinds of foliage and flowers in it. This post is going to be part […]
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The first thing to bloom in the garden this year were the Hellebores. This was my first year growing them and arrival was so exciting, finally something blooming in the garden again. Our peach trees also bloomed early this year. Scattering their pink petals all over the ground like pink snow. Next up are the […]
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This summer I teamed up with You Make Me Shutter to do some Pups in Petals collaborations. We wanted to do some photo shoots with puppies sporting the flowers — flower collars. First is Luna, she is a 1 year old Morkie. Her floral necklace is made up of herbs (sage, eucalyptus), fern, roses and […]
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Spring has to be one of the most anticipated seasons for a gardener. Finally getting to get back outside with the flowers tending and growing things. Most of the spring flower began opening up in mid-March and April this year with most of the tulips opening in April. The thrillers for April include: Tulips Narcissus […]
One of the things I always wonder when I see a beautiful, filled in garden in the magazines or in books, is how did they get it that way? By the time we are seeing these inspiring gardens, the owners have probably been working on them for at least 5 years or more (unless they are on a TV show on HGTV). Most people’s garden evolve over time.