Monthly Archives: September 2013

Sunday

I played hooky from a meeting this morning, and worked and worked in the vegetable garden The white baptisia and the row of asparagus have been cut back. Much of the eggplant is harvested and all the fingerling potatoes have … Continue reading

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A Gorgeous Week in Fall

This has been an extraordinarily beautiful week with sunny skies, cool mornings and warm afternoons. I’ve been able to get in the garden and prune branches, dig roots and re-shuffle plants. I just love the angle of the sun across … Continue reading

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Cold but Clear

After the rain, a few more fall photos. Euphorbia with clematis seed headsFallopia japonicaA late lupineRose Astrid LindgrenVerbascum TemptressAngelica gigas with HeleniumUnder the Catalpa treeCotinus Golden Spirit needs to be moved next spring! Ceratostigma ‘My Love’MonkshoodTiger’s Eye Sumac with¬† Elderberry … Continue reading

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And then it rained!

Welcome to fall! The rains were harsh last night…and plants are bending waaaaay over.¬† There are puddles in the grass and in island beds, and the creek is brown and moving swiftly. The rain barrel has sprung a leak. The … Continue reading

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This is what three and four look like!

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Alzheimers

This is an amazing tribute with touching photographs. http://nyti.ms/14cBTkG

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3 Minutes

Do take a look here…. a three minute ad produced at a fraction of the cost of most movies is more moving and poignant than almost anything the big studios have to offer. But I REALLY like this one!

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