Life in the Garden

AS A GARDEN AGES – LIFE INCREASES

The labyrinth in summer
The labyrinth in summer

WHAT BEGAN AS A FEW PLANTS HAS TRANSFORMED INTO AN OASIS

Newest pollinator native plant garden
Newest pollinator native plant garden
Terraced garden behind home
Twelve years ago this did not exist. It was a grass slope up to the steps. What will the pollinator garden look like in twelve years?

A REFUGE FOR ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL

Twin fawns
Twin fawns

 

Native bee on white cone flower
Native bee on our native Echinacea

TAKE A MOMENT, LOOK CLOSELY AT A FLOWER, LOOK TO THE TREES …

Sweat bee on native Turk's Cap lily
Sweat bee on native Turk’s Cap lily
Blue Jay
Blue Jay

 

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An October Day, Really?

An early October freeze has given way to afternoons of blue skies and bright sunshine

Catch an Autumn leaf

Just another day in the garden

Painted Lady Butterfly on a Daisy mum

Sharing my space with Gaia’s children

Pot Marigold (Calendula) and Daisy Mums

Joyous connections abound!

A Jack in the Pulpit weathers the Autumn nights and drinks in the October sun

Thank you for stopping by, hope your October day was a bright as this one!