adventures in garden renku

I AM BACK INTO MY BLOG

Putting in the spring renku today. Like a farmer sowing seeds. Today’s says: “THE PAST IS A REFERENCE – NOT A RESIDENCE!’ Yay! I need to know that. thanks for checking back in here.

SCULPTURE & FRIENDSHIP IN THE GARDEN

Rob O’Dare and his friend, teacher/librarian Yvonne came by on Monday. Rob had just become a Canadian citizen. He had also made me an iron sculpture particularly appropriate for a […]

Never have the flowers been so bright and tall – hollyhocks, lilies, chicory, daisies, black-eyed susans, scarlet bergamont. With fewer beer cans in the middle and not as much trampling […]

FALL OUTSIDE MY FRONT DOOR

You can see the contrast if you go back to spring and summer photos from the same door on my earlier blogs. Obvious season changes is the reason a lot […]

AUGUST GARDEN

Once the Bergamont was gone, the garden used to be all about sunflowers. But since nearly all my space is half-shade, they didn’t thrive. Now I only have a few […]

INSECT PROMISCUITY AMONG THE FLOWERS

This is the last panel from the Sunday comics yesterday. The New Adventures of Queen Victoria, by Pab Subgenis, a truly brilliant cartoon which features the enterprising Queen in a […]