Thursday, May 06, 2010

Thursday Garden Blogging

Blue barlow columbine.

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chicago dyke said...

very niz. i was just looking at a black one, it's so striking but you wonder if people would even notice it. (that probably doesn't make any sense, lol) i dunno, sometimes i feel like i garden for me alone; so few people really appreciate the aesthetic of gardening. you obviously do, :-)

i see you mulch, it looks like. were your croci really short lived this year? mine were. i use stone in my beds rather than mulch and close plant. it's so huge here i couldn't mulch all the beds ever year without killing myself or one of my charges. i may do one exception bed and mulch a riverstone water garden out in front. when veggies are in, i'll think about it more.

the Goddess favors your space, clearly. nice work.

Emme Toaye said...

Beautiful and eye pleasing! Talent as a photographer and a blogger. Sometimes I put my garden plants in containers and bury the containers to keep my plants from growing too big too fast in areas of limited space.

Souris Optique said...

Oooh, I love columbine. My grandmother always had the little yellow and orange wild ones in her garden. Lovely.