The Ash Tree Photo from 2003 Scrapbook. If it weren’t for moving out to the country seven years ago, I don’t think I would have ever realized the impact of losing the Ash Tree in my county. It was hard to miss the Ash tree that had its’ own cut in the deck of the [...]
A few of the fruits that are showing signs of a bountiful harvest yet to come.
Perfect timing for some red,white and blue themes arriving in the garden.
The Knock-Out Rose Shrub is a sure win in any condition in your Midwest garden.
The delicate flow of the heirloom iris was the perfect end to our romantic weekend.
Thank you to Magmoment for nominating me for the Life Is Good Award. As part of this award, I answer the following questions that Mag has posed, create my own list of six questions and nominate six people for the award. 1. What is your favorite song and why? “You are my Sunshine” is the [...]
My greenhouse sister has this wonderful tradition of flaunting some of her fabulous blooms on Friday. I hope you will stop by her site and check out what she has growing in her Northern Garden. You saw my RED on the previous post so here is my white. My blue is captured with my fisheye [...]
The red hovering above in my Midwest Garden. I had a few others to share before heading out to the garden this morning but this image moved me in a way that I am going to leave you with that. -Bren