I’ve wanted an orchid plant for many years but was always afraid that I would be unsuccessful at keeping it alive. Every time, I saw one for sale, I would contemplate seriously but did not want to spend all kinds of dollars only to watch it wilt away. A few weeks ago, whilePeep The Rest!
I drove past a field of sunflowers yesterday & in my head, I was transported into some place far far away. Sunflowers are already the perfect youthful summer bloom but to see a huge field full of them is quite magical. I just wanted to get out & run through them all butPeep The Rest!
This time of year is amazing for wild flowers in my area. A tapestry of purples, whites, oranges, blues & yellows are scattered throughout the fields near my home. Of all the wild flowers around, I love Queen Anne’s Lace & Woodland-edge Sunflowers & Chicory. YePeep The Rest!
I’ve never met a lily that I did not love. Never! Outside of oriental & Asiatic lilies, calla lilies are my favorite. Especially large white calla lilies. Calla lilies are romantic, regal, art inspiring, delicate, complex yet so simple and African. I recently posted onPeep The Rest!
I made a quick trip to Cousin Dee’s house the other day & noticed how beautiful & lush her begonias were. I was hesitant to ask for a few clippings but I got over it quickly because I just had to have a few. I LOVE begonias!!! You can see more of the images here. ThPeep The Rest!
When it comes to my macro floral photography, the closer & more abstract the better. Meet my new garden friend, a "panter pink cone flower." The panther pink cone flower is supposed to be hardy in zones 5-8 so Im hoping that it actually makes it through the winter & fPeep The Rest!
My day started off with a little drama that was quickly dissolved, then my photo shoot planned for this afternoon was canceled. Just bad news all the way around. I decided that the drama was not worth me being all pissed off & I let it go, which is not always easy for me toPeep The Rest!
I think I have the most popular hosta plants in my neighborhood. Throughout out the summer without fail, random neighbors ask for a piece & ask how I got them so big. Usually, I will give them a plant or two because they seem to multiply like rabbits. Just yesterday while oPeep The Rest!