Below these photographs is a SLIDESHOW of the garden (might be one or two photos of another garden also; I haven’t checked recently).
These are pictures that I took in the garden , mostly during warmer weather, and a few pictures of some cool meals from the garden. Below this bunch of pictures is a slideshow of the garden.
Hens and chicks artfromperry
This is the only rose ….. only one each year. that the rose bush produces
Fresh garden tomatoes gift from a friend artfromperry
Hydrangeas of all colors artfromperry
pnk rose artfromperry
beautiful hydrangea artfromperry
Seed lady at the winter garden artfromperry
snowbird in winter snow
George burns roses artfromperry
succulent plant artfromperry
Trunk , Weeping Katsura artfromperry
White Azaleas, nice to see at night, lighting up the garden
Beautiful, one of our pink roses artfromperry
favorite plants artfromperry THANK YOU
Plant killers …grow this..smiles..It’s easy to grow artfromperry
forthehorse and for the dog artfromperry
the one single rose second rose artfromperry
Tulip leaves artfromperry
squirrel pose artfromperry
Today I cut a small piece off this, and replanted it in another flowerpot. artfrmoperry
One of our special roses 2012
Best , Dusty Miller , a great beginner’s plant artfromperry
just breathe artfromperry
beautiful hydrangeas artfromperry
footprints on the snow
Cucumber plant, nice leaves, the plant died.
Our cactus plant. 2013, this one didn’t survive after 2 years artfromperry
just breathe bw artfromperry
a meal artfromperry
the tails artfromperry
Flowers, plants, leaves… and views in and from our garden. Nothing perfect, just nature, things growing naturally, no chemical pesticides, no landscapers, just nature .. One of our wonderful neighbors donated a fabulous sage plant . Our hens and chicks stay outdoors all year long and hopefully they will survive another year. The white hydrangeas (missing from this slide show) died out except for a few green leaves and hopefully they will grown back again in summer or spring. The “moon” shot, I took from in front of the garden, one night. And , yes a fabulous friend donated a couple of beautiful tomato plants . I don’t have a green thumb but I’m trying to cultivate … a little more gardening skill , somewhere, somehow. The George Burns roses have disappeared, leaving sticks of thorns for the winter. They are most beautiful.
Planted some more hens and chicks that another friend donated to the garden..and hoping that they will be there in spring , summer. Right now they are being protected by some mulch leaves. I love flowers and plants and love the pictures of them just as much.