sure- i do love those tulips- we don't have have much luck here where i live-to many squirrels and critters eat the heads off after they bloom. :( but where i work i get to enjoy them- love thoose frog statues in your garden-
Hi, Abe! Is Winthrop Harbor by chance on the Great Lakes there? You mentioned feeding the squirrels. I wish they would eat elsewhere actually. They rob all my bird feeders, eat the wood of the feeders and poles, tear stuff up, and run off the birds. I put out corn and cheap dog food for them (read that in a magazine). But now the deer are eating the dog food and corn and the squirrels are still up to their thievery. I just buy enough for them all. What's a gardener to do! If you're new to GI, welcome!
"I hear you, Lynda, regarding getting out in the garden whenever you can. Sorry to hear you are dealing with some health issues but it looks like you don't let that get in the way of creating beauty in your garden."
"Charlotte, I do feel blessed that my husband shares my passion for gardening. Your harsh climate in Oklahoma does make it especially challenging for you, but I'm guessing it also makes gardening even more rewarding when your efforts pay off."
"Well, you are lucky that your husband enjoys gardening with you. My husband keeps telling me that I'm never finished and he's right; I will continue to add beds because I enjoy lush landscapes. Living in Oklahoma is tough…"