Cowboy Tom is looking a little rough after a hard winter on the range.
First thing this morning I trundled off to Eglinton Flats for the annual Roselands Horticultural Society garden sale. This sale offers a good selection of perennials and annuals at modest prices. It’s a fun event and we try to visit each year. This year’s visit… Read More
I’ve been working on creating a path through part of the gardens out back. The gravel is in (for now…I may expand it down the road). Tomorrow I’m going to work on adding in two gardens, one on each side of the main path.
A few years ago I reclaimed part of a disused, stumpy area on the north side of our yard for a veggie patch. Digging the ground was impossible because of the old stumps, so I built a box. The rest of this area I planted… Read More
I’ve been working on a garden extension out front this week, removing some grass, creating new garden area and a little flagstone and gravel area for a chair. I pretty much got it completed this afternoon, and just in time too because my back is… Read More
I’m really looking forward to gardening this year. Since I’m saying bye-bye to the work-a-day world, I’m going to structure in regular gardening time (after my morning swim and before a painting session?), and I expect to be able to tackle some garden projects as… Read More
….and I’m thinking about gardening. Last year I wasn’t able to do much at all in the garden due to my injured ankle. I hope to make up for it this coming season. My ankle and leg are doing great. I’ve stopped going to physiotherapy… Read More
And now back to our little garden in Long Branch…
Former Presidential house, Princess house, and Community theatre all taking part in Buffalo Garden Walk July 25-26, 2015
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.