The Garden at a very early stage.
Plants starting in the incubator.
Camera hogs, aren't they?
Starts to the right.
Starts in the middle.
Starts on the left.
Putting starts into the ground.
A wild, wild willow in the mid-backgrond, and the wild plum thicket in the far background.
Lilacs beginning to bloom.
Those white lilacs on the left are root stock that were frozen out at a different location.
South View of Rhubarb
North view of Rhubarb
The tin-can orchard.
A rare Western Red Squirrel.
We love him.
Toby loves him, also. But it is not the same.
The dark lilacs in sunshine.
The dark lilacs in shade.
David, the peony, fighting off Goliath, the rhubarbarian.
The Bird feeders after a night visitor.
The Bird feeders after an afternoon of reconstruction.
Winter squash starts and the fourth wave of corn.
The corner Rhody being attacked by the clematis.
Notice the fith column of white blossoms surronded by the lavender rhody blossoms.
A popular Rhody of the 70's put out to battle in the western border.
The Salad garden after it's first offerings.
The farther reaches of the salad garder--strange things grow there.
The first wave of corn.
The second and third waves of corn.
A volunteer in the southern border region.
The flowers that bloom in the spring,
Breathe promise of merry sunshine —
As we merrily dance and we sing,
We welcome the hope that they bring,
Of a summer of roses and wine,
Of a summer of roses and wine.
And that's what we mean when we say that a thing
Is welcome as flowers that bloom in the spring.
Tra la la la la,
Tra la la la la,
The flowers that bloom in the spring.
Orange color in Front.
A delicate pink in the Front.
The North-facing Hot Pink Rhody from 70s
Peonies lording it over the Red Poppies on the sourthern border.
Yet another view of the main garden.
Tin Can Orchard revealed.
The upper garden and a sneak peak into the tomato cloche
Such an innocent plant, this Ol' Debil Zuccinni.
Sage winning over buttercups
Gardians on the Southern Border.
Still Life from On High
Still Life in Orange and Red.
Heirloom Peonies from Genevieve's garden
Volunteer in the Salad Garden
Southern Border Guards
In the Tomato House: Tomatoes on the Left
In the Tomato House: Tomatos on the Right
In the Tomato House: Peppers at the End
In the Tomato House: Starts hardening in the center.
Trouble in the Garden!
The many shades of Rose
Not quite the Yellow Rose of Texas.
Mr. Washington has survived the Winter.
You can't keep a good climber down.
If the summer is warm, this guy will ripen.
Not quite red hot.
Xylene adds a touch of color down the central path.
Straberries from the garden.
A delicate wild flower that produces a giant dandylion puff ball.
Not really a day lilly, but close enough.
One of Ann's smaller roses-Red No. 1.
Another, but pink.
The not quite Yellow Rose of Texas up close.
And Another-Red No 2.
And yet another - Red No. 3.
Probably not the last.
Calendula planning it's invasion and take over of the garden--first the asparagus, then the roses, then...