Street Garden On A Corner

SNOW ON THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Scroll back in my blog and you’ll see this exact same corner in summer, spring & fall. Or just click on my neighbourhood or garden posts. The perennials sleep safely […]

SKY PINK- WIND HIGH!

People don’t usually talk about the sunrise. When they do, you know you missed something good. This morning in late October, the whole world was a deep rose, reflected in […]

VINE IN FALL (Decidious leaf changes)

Compare this picture with the green green vine of summer and you’ll see why you want to have a decidious vine. Winter of course is another story.

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 […]

ON KNOWING YOUR PLACE

Like me, sunflowers are not good companion plants but they are do serve as a reminder not to suck up all the air and water around you and then complain […]

WHY THEY CALL IT, 'CREEPER.'

Turning the lights on during the day finally told me the Virginia Creeper and its two friend vines had completely covered my big side window. The vine has its own […]

GRACE OF DANCING

“When old and lame, the wise woman knows best the grace of dancing,” is probably my favorite of the renkus out here. Haven’t found yet who said it but it […]

MOSQUITOS IN JULY

This is my beloved vine, harboring mosquitos while lurking ominously overhead. Yes, there are some drawbacks but mostly worth it. (I never said it WASN’T buggy…) Rain, heat, puddles equal […]