Blogs I Follow
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- The Diary Of A Muslim Girl
- bruises you can touch
- six backpacks
- Midwestern Plants
- Old School Garden
- Elder Pipe
- Mohn Foto
- Nitty Gritty Dirt Man
- The Anxious Gardener
- The Eloquent Garden
- The Blonde Gardener
- My Botanical Garden
- leaf and twig
- Coffee to Compost
Category Archives: Deciduous trees
I starting marking term papers this morning but became distracted by this… Leaves and cats wait for no one! I guess the marking can wait a bit longer. 😊
This evening’s portal into the night.
We are in southern Bohemia visiting new found family members and mesmerised by the snow covered countryside.
Yesterday, sunny and warm, today – snow in Prague – barren but beautiful.
Strahov monastery gardens in Prague – a morning view.
This is my last weekend in the garden for a few weeks. Last weekend was splendid and I managed to simply sit and read and marvel at the spring colours. Well, I did do some raking and transplanting – couldn’t … Continue reading
After months of sunless days, today we captured the sun. These tiny seasonal delights appeared and were caught – tangible sunshine. Though the light fades and returns, the start of Spring is near. White cat captures the moment. And these … Continue reading
The popular Pharrell Williams song, Happy, was apparently written with the idea of trying to capture what it felt like to be in a good mood. Many famous poets also captured the essence of happiness by reflecting on nature. Nature … Continue reading
Our friend Mr kangaroo is a surprising sight in our front garden amidst the golden foliage. Such a contradictory image – a giant kangaroo nestled under a deciduous, European, weeping apricot tree – staring right at us!