Covered in freshly fallen May showers.
I’ve been cultivating a columbine garden for many years now. By cultivating, I mean watching for when the seed pods ripen and shaking them inward to fill every nook and cranny of a large area I’ve surrounded with a river … Continue reading
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…make me happy too! Sunshine’s nice, but there’s nothing like a fresh spring shower.
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My favorite blossoms of the year…especially in the evening light by the river. I hope you enjoy my gardens of columbines! These beauties grow wild in the foothills of the mountains here in Western Washington, but I encourage them to flourish in my … Continue reading
The columbines are winding down, but they stayed in bloom long enough for the azalea bush to come into full bloom and for even some of the rhododendron blossoms to open. At one point I counted over 300 columbine flowers. … Continue reading