Most of the images were taken within the last snowy week. Outside Today images were taken in late afternoon on Monday. In the morning, it snowed.
To see pages 15 to 19, for the articles, Foliage is Fantastic and Growing in the Greenhouse, click the link.
To see the article on pages 21 to 25, Give Us Some Red, click the link.
Looking up can mean looking on the bright side of things. Flowers are bright, sunshine is bright, attitude can be bright.
Looking up can be literal. But it can add a dash of wonder and amazement. It can be sprinkled with possibility and hope. It can be metaphysical or other worldly. It can just be in thought. In thought you can soar.
To see pages 35 to 36, Barking Up A Storm, click the link.
See The Niagara Falls Garden magazine article, Sharing is Caring, this coming Friday and Monday for pages 42 to 59. It is a look at what Garden Club of Niagara is up to and what we did at our last meeting. You will not want to miss what the hardworking and creative ladies, and a few gents, are up to. We have an event coming that is sure to be a biggie, all in the spirit of community sharing, giving and caring.
Poetry is an echo, asking shadow to dance. Carl Sandburg
Theoretical architecture may fail if one only grasps at shadows instead of additionally reaching for substance. Practical architecture may fail building tall and ignoring the shadows. I think nature has combined the best of all worlds, shadow, light and substance. Building tall and casting shadow. Substance in form, aesthetics and function.
And Outside Today, with the Day’s Theme…
Top: French Lilac, Right: Nikko Blue Hydrangea
Left clockwise: Pear, Hosta leaves, Lobelia, Alyssum.
Left clockwise: Natural Bluestone, Zebra Grass, bird seed, Spartan Juniper needles.
Thank you to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for having Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day. Having a Northern Garden makes one get a little creative in showing what is around us. Winter takes its toll.