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3 May Blooms

Surprise, today is about our garden, rather than the economies of the Americas. The complexities of the latter require more time for me to write. Perhaps a few will prefer this turn of events! These are the current blooms in our garden: lilac, fancy tulip and turtle head. 3 Flores de mayo Sorpresa, hoy hablo […]

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5 New Spring Blossoms

We are late compared with England and Texas, but looks like spring is afoot in Madison! Siberian Iris are quick to bloom in April. I am very happy to see them. Crocus is so two weeks ago, but they were great to see; very cheery. New bloomer today. I looked up flower photos to find […]

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Gardening, Nature, photography

Olbrich Garden Orchid Show 2022

Tropical weather, flowers, plants and birds deficit, is what we feel in Wisconsin in February. Thank you Olbrich Orchid Extravaganza. This exotic flower show helps me hold on until spring in March or April. My good friend and I went last Friday, to walk, talk and flower gaze. We saw a rainbow of colors, little […]

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1 Dried Flower Bouquet

Walking home from an appointment at our neighborhood hair salon today, I felt the tropical storm like unseasonable weather, 19C (67F) and 90% humidity rather than 0C (32F) and snow. Although it was too warm for a coat, I wore one in case the scattered rain from the morning returned. When I reached the end […]

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Gardening, Nature, photography

Milkweed Fluff Takes to the Air

Late autumn is a time for seeds and strong breezes. From milkweed to Milky Way. ¡Olé! –Rebecca November Poetry Challenge: One day left to turn in your celestial tankas, see the details: November Poetry Challenge/Reto poético de octubre. This post celebrates Six Word Saturday and Flower of the Day  #6WS #FOTD

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