The amen of nature is always a flower. (Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.)
Today’s sunshine opened this lovely crocus for my admiration and camera.
Her body calculated to a millimeter to suggest a bud, yet guaranteed a flower. (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
Surrounded by the wild, these few beauties await the full sun.
“A friend cannot be owned
That is plain to see
Friendships must be shared,
Just like our friend, Ruby”
(Stephen Cosgrove from Rhubarb)
The first sighting of rhubarb is always greeted with glee.
The Christmas rose (Hellebore) continues to show off it’s delicate roses and cream coloured glory.
Don’t judge each day by the harvest that you reap but by the seeds that you plant. (Robert Louis Stevenson)
Seedlings on the go under the grow light.
Gardens are not made by singing, “Oh, how beautiful,” and sitting in the shade. (Rudyard Kipling)
Kale seedlings and overwintering celery snug in the cold frame.
A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust. (Gertrude Jekyll)
A chair in the afternoon sun from which to enjoy it all.