Yesterday's winds, today's rain, and the smell that has been on the air tells me so. The asters blooming, the store displays burgeoning with mums (I bought two huge ones at Sam's Club) also tell the undeniable story that summer has past. I still have tomatoes ripening on the vine, and they should continue to the first frost, which I expect around midway through October. How did the summer get … [Read more...] about Is It Fall Already?
Small Trees Ornament the Garden A selection of some of the best small garden trees to give your place flower and foliage. There are so many ways to use these to create interest and year round beauty in your landscape. The Best Garden Trees For Your Property For Flowers and Foliage Good reasons to give consideration to the choices you make when deciding to make a garden: Trees are one … [Read more...] about Ornamental Garden Trees For A Small Yard
Every once in awhile I repost something from the past: relive my memory with meSycamore tree in OhioI come by my love of trees genetically- my mother was an original tree hugger. Back in the sixties we lived on a tree-lined city street, the way most city avenues were at that time: large overhanging trees that shaded the asphalt and the concrete, that were hefty enough to climb, and which turned … [Read more...] about Repostings:The Sycamore Story