Sometimes things you haven’t planted grow in the backyard garden. We will not harvest nor eat this mushroom that has shown up just off the side alcove path.
A look around our backyard garden revealed this flat plant. Yes, we had been hit by a big rain — make that several big rains — prior. I believe it had left this wide one even wider.
I could just rush right to the front door to get into the house after my day working at the library, right? Why not enjoy the view of what likes beyond the fence, I think. The side alcove is looking good. The backyard beckons as well.
A second tiger lily shoots up on the back edge of our garden. And it is good.
Checking out the latest round of blooms in the backyard gardens, I notice an odd configuration in the corner rose bush. These blooms have chosen togetherness. A handful of beauty has decided to press into what looks like one giant ball of color. My dear wife Karen and I agree that we don’t recall seeing…
My dear wife Karen told me I could go out to the back end of our yard and take a photo of the “common lilies.” Yes, they may be what we see most on the roadways of Central New York, but I like them just fine.
Mid-season check on the backyard azalea my dear wife Karen and I dug into our ground this spring found a hardy growth. So far, so good.
I can’t remember how many years ago George Three included this Tiger Lilly as one of my dear wife Karen’s presents for Mother’s Day. Up it comes again. I love these annual deliveries.
Shortly after arriving home from Cape Cod Getaway 2021, we walked through the house and into the backyard. Yes, the big bunch of roses there had bloomed during our time away as well. The three colors looked so good in their seasonal debut.
I have gone down to the basement and retrieved out bird bath and base from seasonal storage. Come join us, Central New York birds, please and thank you.