There’s a lot of color happening in this picture of a zinnia from my flower garden! The bright petals have varying shades of bright pink, the stigmas are bright yellow, and the flower is framed by a backdrop of greens and browns. But what if the picture looked like this? Continue reading Why Colors?
This beautiful panicled hydrangea is blooming in my backyard right now. As time passes, the white will slowly turn to a lovely shade of pink. What’s even more interesting is
Look at all of that lovely green! So full of life . . . and most of it shouldn’t be there! This is what it should look like: Continue reading Heart Matters
I’ve written about cat briar before, and since then we’ve moved into a new-to-us house. It’s been over a year since we moved in, and there is still much to do both on the house and on the grounds! Cat briar happens to be abounding around the front of our yard. Continue reading Mind Your Roots
I found this cute little tree trying to grow in the crevice of an old stump last summer while we were camping in New Hampshire. The stump had been there so long that moss has taken hold of it, and the moss seems to be thriving quite well! Not so the stump.
I found this little rock washed up on the beach a few weeks ago, with a strange growth attached. It almost looks like a coral, but we’re too far north to find that around here. I’ll venture to say that it’s seaweed. Whatever it is, Continue reading Our Holdfasts