We are always happy when the front yard daisies make their summer appearance.
When we pulled into our driveway from our 10-day Cape Cod Getaway 2021, we were greeted by the first blooms of the front yard corner knockout rose bush. That was a fantastic first smile at A Bitty Better.
It’s the time of the season when the front yard garden fills up and widens out. I stop and admire it to and from my car on work days at the library. Nice!
Every time I look, something else has come up in the front yard square to make it look even better.
The front corner rose bush has made it through another winter, we think, hope, pretty much know. Thank you, nature.
I very much appreciate how the colors pop out one-by-in as we continue through spring in our front yard. Taking its turn right now is the lovely lavendar.
The big rose bush up front is showing signs up greening up. Yes, another reason I’m a fan of the arrival of spring.
My dear wife Karen got to dig in the dirt Sunday. Two of the plants we took home from Ballantyne Gardens are now adding a splash of purple to the front yard. And the knock out rose bush has its new circle of life all planned out. Yahoo!
My dear wife Karen’s careful clipping up front at A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville has paid off again this month of August. She asked if I’d looked closely at the tallest of our front yard garden plants last weekend. The Rose of Sharon had bloomed, big and bright. I had to…
The daisies my dear wife Karen put in the front yard of A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville are having a whopper of a season. When they’re not in bloom, I worry that the mail carrier will stomp on them. But they look marvelous from every angle.