I don’t often have the pleasure of being the first to set foot across a newly snowy Blithewold. Usually, by the time I get here another human or two have beat me through the Bosquet or Enclosed Garden, sometimes on skis, and I have never not seen critter tracks at the very least. But yesterday […]
Starting right up where I left off last week (and in hopes that pictures of sunny summer flowers might ease the bone-chill of a polar vortex), here are the next seven in my baker’s dozen of favorites. Again, roughly in order of bloom time, starting in July with… 7. Phlox paniculata ‘Sherbet Blend’. I don’t […]
… and so cold! Last night’s snowstorm left us with a wind-whipped whirl of sparkles and a windchill as low as -6. Much too cold and icy to be open today (Friday) but pretty enough to numb nose and toes for some quick pictures. I shot the first 2 yesterday as the storm got started, […]
…on a rather raw and gray day before… May your Christmas be extra cozy, merry and bright!
I’m not sure what I would do without a real break from gardening. As much as I dream all winter of hightailing it to the tropics, I depend on this dark, cold season for the time to rest, refocus my eyes, and renew my enthusiasm for all things gardeny. That said, isn’t it hard to […]