[Taken 14 November 2016]
It’s about three miles round-trip from my office downtown, but the long lunch walk is well worth it.
[Taken 14 July 2016]
[Taken 9 June 2016]
[Taken 30 April 2016]
What I had thought were rogue weeds around a dead shrub turned out to be suckers (or new basal growth?) from the not-quite-dead dwarf flowering almond. Beautiful display, even if it only lasted for a few days.
Two kalanchoes, both alike in dignity… One remained in the sunroom over the summer, and one lived outdoors in a pot.
The outdoor kalanchoe is currently in a larger pot than the one in which it spent its summer, and is spending the winter in our front foyer, sporting a multitude of teeny greenish white flower buds ready to open.
The sunroom kalanchoe, while tall and spindly, has been in full bloom for weeks now.
This kalanchoe is the only bloom I have to share for Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day this month, but hopefully I’ll have some forced forsythia and crocus blooms for February!
Sometimes, if you wait on the MLK Bridge just long enough, a gull will fly into your composition just where you hoped it would.