good day when the sun is shining and the wind is not blowing.
We had winds up to 27 miles per hour yesterday and they were a
I did spend a few hours in my greenhouse-I have planted various
vegetables and flowers from seed and now the waiting begins.
Of course, there aren't many flowers blooming in my garden except
for my sweet pansies.
The daffodils and tulips seem to be a bit slower this year-no pretty
blooms from them yet.
A few ranunculus, but not nearly enough to make this stunning
arrangement, so I will be going to the market to see what I can find.
In the meantime, I am using my Pinterest board, for inspiration on
how to put together some springtime arrangements.
Don't we all adore hydrangeas?
What bothers me is that I am unable to grow them-I try every
Spring, and every Summer they die.
Texas is in a wretched drought and we are always on water
So, I guess I will have to be a creative gardener and continue to
grow most of my plants in pots.
At first this seemed so odd to me, it seemed as though I really
But each Season I have become more reconciled to the idea and
actually have good success.
A couple of big problems with this is the expense-you know I
have to purchase so many pots and soooo much potting soil.
Growing up on a farm we didn't buy soil, so you can see why this
tends to irk me.
Aren't Dahlias an amazing flower, I grew them one year and they
performed just like the Hydrangeas, they squeaked out a few
blooms and acted as though they were going to go into full throttle
glory and then poof...the heat set in and they withered away.
I will make one more stop while I am out and about today and that
will be to Callaway Garden Center, they have a Friday sale going on
buy one orchid, get the second one for for free.
I cannot pass up on a deal like this one, especially when the sun
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Cedar Hill Farmhouse
The Dedicated House
Natasha In Oz