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I first discovered eBooks in 2012 after finishing the first Hunger Games book and being no where near a store that would allow me to start the second one. It was then that I stumbled across the book The Light Between Oceans. This book was far from what I normally read and it has stuck… Continue reading The Light Between Oceans
So I don’t know about you but it’s been getting pretty hard to tell what day of the week it is let alone what hour or month it is. To break up the monotony here are some of the backyard adventures we’ve had this summer. At a socially safe distance of course! Okay fine so… Continue reading Backyard Travel Adventures Brought to you by Covid-19 2020
I received a text asking about resources to learn about edible native plants a few weeks ago. I didn’t have any solid ideas off hand so I did some research and came across an edible flowers recipes reference. So of course since I have both growing in my garden I knew I needed to try… Continue reading Bachelor Button Fritters
A few flowers in bloom this hot July day. Purpurea Echinacea is one of my favorite perennials growing in the garden! I love their bright colors and geometric centers These darling little star flowers are Nicotiana also know as tobacco flower. I love their rich purple color and star shape. 💫 Mini zinnias have always… Continue reading What’s Blooming Today
This week I’ve decided I’m giving away flower crowns instead of flower bouquets because our local church is starting to attend meetings together again. To find who needs these crowns this week I posted on my regular Instagram page, and for the first time in a long time my Facebook page and flower Instagram page.… Continue reading Little Reminders
Dreams can be so funny! Last night I struggled to sleep because I was so worried about not collecting the Iceland Poppy pods for seeds. Whether I was awake or asleep I couldn’t shake the terror that I had missed the peak time to harvest them. Several years ago I purchased some Champagne Bubbles poppy… Continue reading Poppy Seed Nightmares
Here are a few of the beautiful Pandroa poppies from Baker Creek Seeds coming into bloom.
It’s the season of calendulas I began jarring calendula petals last week but decided I wanted at least one full jar of whole calendula flowers The flowers are gorgeous fresh! They hold their beauty well dried too! Now we have our first jar whole calendula flowers!
We finally did something this week we have wanted to do for a while now We got a new front door! The old one that came with the house was a heavy scratched up brown slab of wood. Our neighbor informed us at one point he had located it in a dumpster and cut it… Continue reading Welcome Home!
The roses are all coming into full bloom. Which means it’s time to collect rose petals for drying. Baskets full of beautiful blooms With the petals laid out in a thin layer they are ready to spend a few hours out to dry. I think for the next batch I will dry the colors separately