So lovely, serene and warm looking. Is that a big bulb of fennel?
Yep, we harvested another one over the weekend, and it was TASTY!
you can never have enough chickens on a wednesday morning....
The Girlz Rock!
Very inviting. We had 7/10 of rain in the overnight, very welcome indeed.
Darla, it just started storming here by us. Come on rain!
Oh does this ever make me long for spring!Thanks for the brilliant color in my very brown and grey world.God bless ya and have a splendid day sweetie!!!
Looking pretty gloomy in my part of Florida, your pictures are a beautiful. I want to sit out in your garden and take it all in.
What is the name of that pansy with the purple fringe? It looks like a hat. I am also happy to see your shore birds again. Delightuful.
As always, your sunny photos brightened my day! Glad to hear about your mom!
Nezzy, I love this time of year in the garden. Wish it lasted a bit longer though. Laura, yesterday I took a few minutes to just chill outside in my garden chair. I need to that more often. :)Granny, I don't know the name it, but if you want I'll gather some seeds and send it your way.Eggy, I'm so very thankful that she's getting better. It was looking pretty bad there for a bit.
you can post pictures of flowers and chickens every day and it wouldn't be enough for me. :-)Love your sunny garden.
Well winter finally hit here but so far only for a couple of days. Trying anything new in the garden? Anything you haven't tried before?
My favorite Johnny Jump Up! I love that color best! I remember reading an article about Tasha Tudor and how she has saved her Johnny Jump Up seeds for generations....I loved that woman!
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