(all photos ©Sometimes, 2018) Continue reading A thing of beauty is a joy forever…John Keats
©Sometimes,2018 Continue reading A Rose in the Rain
We were at the greenhouse today, the first day they were open for the season. Few plants are ready to show off yet, although there are early bloomers rarin’ to go. Captivated with these little plants which were still sparkling with water drops after sprinkling. Sorry I can’t do a retake, this was a once-only shot and I’m disappointed in my photography skills. … Continue reading Water droplets sparkle in the greenhouse
Our first visit to our favorite greenhouse today. We ordered some red Million Bells, and some Lantana…for a couple of weeks from now. Meanwhile, some other plants are blooming…Rhododendron, and some Azaleas. Daffodils are done, Tulips still around but ready to make their exit shortly. So here are some Pansy Photos… (all photos on this post are © Sometimes, 2018) … Continue reading Who Doesn’t Fancy Pansies?
(All photos on this post ©Sometimes, 2018) Continue reading Parrot Tulips early May pop-ups
My entry for Cee’s Flower of the Day: Tulips. ©Sometimes, 2017 Just what the Doc ordered for a December day! These tiny Parrot Tulips are among the first flowers to make themselves known in my Littles Garden patch. These are from April of 2017. Continue reading Promise of Spring
Fall encroaches on Summer not an ending … a new season dawns. © Sometimes, 2017 Fall gently nudges as Summer takes a bow opening a new show in town. © Sometimes, 2017 the culmination of flowers not faded…but making room for the next generation © Sometimes, 2017 Continue reading now…and again, in verse
This ornamental apple tree is glorious in the Spring, loaded with blossoms. But as Fall approaches, for some reason, the leaves fade and die leaving the branches bare until after Winter. These blossoms popped out after Monday’s eclipse of the Sun. I have no idea why, but I heard NASA or some other agency has requested reports of strange things happening…this qualifies. Also, my daughter’s … Continue reading apple blossom time—in August?