Champignons - Mushrooms
How to Grow Gypsophila
Dainty Baby’s Breath is actually quite a tough plant. Ordinary soil will do. Be sure it is not too rich, and avoid feeding plants. Cut back after flowering to encourage a second bloom. This species is well suited to xeriscaping. Continue reading below for tips on how to grow Gypsophila from seed.
Central Park in the Spring~ | Ann Street Studio
A blossoming walk, hills of green grass, a visit from the Scarlet Tanager for luck, and that warm spring sunlight returns to our city park… For Claire~ Central Park in the Winter / Central Park in the Fall
HPSO Winter Program - Annies Hayes!
I was lucky enough this weekend to be able to attend the Winter Program featuring guest speaker Annie Hayes (of Annie's Annuals)! The program is sponsored by the Hardy Plant Society of Oregon..and was sold out (I believe it amounted to about 300 people). I went with Ryan (of gnomiscience) and got to chat in plant-geek-ese with him and Loree (of danger garden)! Good peeps! I even finally got to me Mr. danger garden himself (props to spouses who indulge us, the garden-crazed)! The program was…
Lavender in the Fields
While driving up towards Mount Cook, I finally saw my first endless field of lavender. I've seen these before in photos and thought it would be fun to walk amidst them, which I then ended up doing for about an hour. I got all sorts of shots, from the close-in stuff below to wide vistas. I'll publish some of those soon as well!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.