I always think of Hollyhocks as old fashioned farm flowers. I love the way they reach up tall to get their colour up over the other plants in the garden.
Tuffy P loves Queen Anne’s Lace so we’ve been letting it spread by the front porch.
We were able to recover our photos using a program called iPhoto Library Manager. I now have them stuffed safely into a folder. I have no idea why they disappeared. These were all the photos Tuffy P shot in Buffalo at the Garden Walk. Watch… Read More
This is an old oxen yoke (I think), which we found at Nice Old Stuff, in Jarvis Ontario. I planted it today with the aid of some quick-set post cement. The plan is to build something on top…perhaps it will be a gravity-defying imagination station,… Read More
These beautiful yellow flowers come from our neighbour’s garden across the street, but we don’t know where she got them (the other day she asked if they came from our garden). They look like some variety of yellow primrose. These are really showy when they… Read More
We have loads of catnip growing out in the back garden. I harvested some today, which I’m going to dry in my mushroom dehydrator. When I bought it in and cut it up, the cats were having a great time chewing down leaves!
These planters used to be grain scoops from a mill. The metal units are bolted to a thick belt material. They come in 3s and 5s at Nice Old Stuff in Jarvis. I installed these beside the sliding doors on the deck.