Showing posts with label wordless wednesday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label wordless wednesday. Show all posts

15 November 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Remembering Hedwig

My Hedwig, a year gone this week. I still half-expect to find her snoozing behind "her" curtain or sunbathing on the window seat.

08 November 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Seed heads

Seed heads from a woody garden weed. Birds seem to like it so I've left it be ... which means the vegetable bed will be full of it next spring.

31 October 2017

25 October 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Wrong Time To Sprout

Foolhardy pumpkin seed trying its best to sprout ... the frost will get it soon enough.

11 October 2017

04 October 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Autumn Comes Creeping In

Mother Nature's been splashing around with her paint pots, again.

27 September 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Snoozin'

It's very tiring, being a kitty. Good thing there are lots of
squashy cushions and sunlit windows for napping.

20 September 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Pretty Squash

Autumn crown -- a new-to-me winter squash spotted at the farmers market. Winter squash makes me so happy.

23 August 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Cranesbill & Babbitty Bumble

“Zizz, Wizz, Wizzz!” Babbitty Bumble is busy with the cranesbill today.

16 August 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Monstrous Beets

Needed a little help harvesting the beets! Left them too long and some are now the size of oranges!

09 August 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla "Everlasting Revolution" blooming in the front garden. Love the combination of soft blue and pale green.

28 June 2017

Wordless Wednesday: At Walnut Hill Park Rose Garden






Roses in bloom at the Walnut Hill Park Rose Garden in New Britain. The Garden was first built in 1929 along Grand Street, but was relocated to the World War I Memorial when garden restoration began in 2009. Walnut Hill Park itself was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted Sr.

21 June 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Hydrangea macrophylla

Spotted this hydrangea at a local garden center
& really wish there was a place for it in my garden!