gardening in Nova Scotia, with an occasional maritime musing
Hi Chey, nice blooms today! I love the cascading sedum. Today I spent the day cutting, digging and dividing daylilies. Last night I brought a big clump to my class to show them how to divide it and one woman commented on how delicious they smelled :-) I think she's caught, hook, line and sinker!
Thanks Melanie! It's still very early for us. The tips of my daylilies are barely visible.Sounds like you had a busy day in the garden. And I'd say your student has definitely caught it good! Cheers!
Chey .. we are actually in a mini heat wave .. I'm not trying to make you jealous .. really I'm not ! .. your pictures are gorgeous and the snow will disappear so quickly soon ... hang in there girl !Joy
I love the snow picture. That old crusty, diamond filled stuff that lingers in the woods for weeks takes me back to Maritime memories.
Thanks Joy..I'm hanging in! So glad to hear of your beautiful weather.I'm wishing it our way:). Thanks Jean..you know it well...sparkling diamond crusted snow, brilliant in the sunlight.
Love the periwinkle! Er, even if I'm not sure I can spell it :-)
Jen x..I love the periwinkle as well, especially when it's in full bloom. It's like a carpet of tiny blue buds.
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