April 11, 2021 § Leave a comment
Blues and Purple too © Lynn Wiles 2021
Very blue Siberian Squill/Scilla and light purple Glory of the Snow in my garden.
March 12, 2021 § 7 Comments
That Day of the Year © Lynn Wiles 2021
A few warm days and sunshine and there they were, my first crocuses to bloom. We are going back to cold again tomorrow, but the birds singing and crocuses blooming are happy making. I think I post a photo of the first crocus every year, but why not?
December 11, 2020 § Leave a comment
Blooming Escargot © Lynn Wiles 2020
My escargot begonia has sprouted flowers for the first time, while something seems to be nibbling on the leaves.
December 7, 2020 § 2 Comments
Croton Macro © Lynn Wiles 2020
My very old croton plant has bloomed for the second time. There’s something sea creature like about these tiny flowers.
December 3, 2020 § 2 Comments
December Blossoms © Lynn Wiles 2020
Cherry blossoms should bloom in the spring. I noticed on another year that those that blossomed in winter were bare in the spring. That was sad as they are something to look forward to after a long winter.
October 27, 2020 § Leave a comment
Still Blooming © Lynn Wiles 2020
We might have our first freeze this weekend and thus it is the annual what plants should I bring inside time of year.
October 19, 2020 § 9 Comments
Euphorbia Up Close © Lynn Wiles 2020
I don’t like living in an urban heat island in the summer, but it is nice this time of year when we experience frost later than the outlying areas and the garden is still in bloom. Meanwhile, I had to go through seven revisions with the new and old wordpress editors to get this to look consistent with the other posts on this site. sigh.
October 9, 2020 § 8 Comments
When Blue isn’t Blue © Lynn Wiles 2020
These decidedly purple flowers are from a butterfly bush called Buzz Sky Blue. I find that most flowers called blue are actually purple. Hmmm.
October 7, 2020 § Leave a comment
Curly Stamens © Lynn Wiles 2020
One lone chicory flower in the grass after the season has passed. Love the curly stamens, hairy petal edges and pollen waiting for the bees.