So, sorry if you came looking for quilts today! There is one token fiber picture at the end!
|A busy little iridescent insect scampered across the patio blocks.|
If he would just sit still I would have a better shot!
|Perennial geraniums and mosses on a short retaining wall. |
We built this little wall by our backdoor in 1988, I think,
and it has retained quite well, with a little crumbling from age.
I guess I could say the same for myself!
|This winter hardy shrub rose was planted at the same time as that wall was built. |
It still blooms no matter how much I ignore it!
|Hostas grow well in our yard because we have many |
fully grown shade trees. They thrive on benign neglect!
|This little plant is a relative of the bleeding heart. Its leaves are fern-like. |
And that nasty thistle is doomed! I love to pull weeds!
The sound and feel as those roots release gives me goosebumps!
|One of the large sedum plants. Beautiful big purplish flowers in autumn.|
|Your standard bleeding heart bush, near the end of flowering. |
These bushes get so overgrown that we have to cut them back.
|A little bit of asparagus still showing up in the garden, |
but not for much longer. My asparagus lunch was relished!
|I have plenty of thyme, but no parsley, sage nor rosemary.|
|Rhubarb is on the chopping block! |
I need to harvest some more to freeze for later.
|Not from my garden, but they are still beauties! These are yarns I bought on vacation,|
with some cuts of limited edition huckleberry batiks.
They are crazy for huckleberries in Whitefish. Rightfully so, too.