Thank you. Those are pictures from last years garden. Still too early to plant outside but I plan out starting my onions and leeks indoors this weekend. Even though we're in the desert here our last frost date is mid May.
Cramer, I'm not a great friend to have cause I have my hand in too many pots of life, but you can be rewarded with surprise visits, I got rid of email messages, Love the dome, remember going by one when I lived in Canton, Illinois on the way to Havana in the 70's. I'm in awe of anybody that uses their God given talants.
haha. I hope you wake up with power. We were without it for two weeks one time. It broke down every tree around here. My yard has had several trees just pulled down with ice. It also has split every dogwood in my yard.
"Thanks Tammie, yes I like I like to color co-ordinate and the brighter the colors the better. The hardest colored plants to find are a true red, then the next hardest is a true blue. The red flower here is a geranium."
"No Matha not really, they both smell divine. It depends on your climate to which will grow the best. The ground growers like a very cold winter, the tree peony grow better for me in a warmer climate."
"Hi Clare and Linda, we even heard about the big expected snow storm you were to get in the USA.
So glad it did not happen for you both. It does look so pretty and crisp white, but I,m glad I,m nit feeling the cold.
We are having a much milder summer…"