Since the pandemic, many businesses have closed. For those of you wanting to grow your own flowers or vegetable garden, seeds may become scarce for next year. To overcome the panic, collect seeds from your garden this year. You can only save seeds from open-pollinated plants, not hybrids. Check your old seed packets. The nursery…Read more »
Some people are bored with the corona virus keeping everyone home. Frankly, I’m tired of hearing about all the negatives on the news of the virus. How about some positive news? It’s May and the flowers have sprung. It’s a good time if you have the space to grow your own food too which is…Read more »
The air is freshly scented with flowers in the midst of a pandemic.
Although this corona virus is spreading across the world & the USA, the airlines are doing the best they can. I had already planned a trip to Florida before the virus hit. Delta airlines wipe down all their seats and trays after every flight. They kept lone travelers apart from others by separation of seats,…Read more »
My pumpkins in the garden are already ripe. I have about 7 so far.
Don’t you love this season? The flowers are blooming.
This trusting soul visited my backyard this morning. I sure was surprised!
May is many things from May Day to Mother’s Day, but it is also the month of Mary, the Blessed Virgin. I recently visited the Calvary Cemetery where my grandparents are buried and discovered a new statue across from them. It is so pure and beautiful that I had to share it.
I planted a bleeding heart in my shade plant box last year. This year it took off and is so beautiful.