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Location : Point Reyes National Seashore – a 71,028-acre park preserve on the Point Reyes Peninsula in Marin County, California, USA
Taken : 29th May 2013
Camera : Canon Power Shot SD300 – Digital ELPH
Also on Point Reyes – May 2013
Here is the via Flickr. It may be easier to see here.
So it is the 15th, and that means it is Bloom Day. This is a new thing for me. I only just learned about Bloom Day, well today. After looking around and seeing a number of garden bloggers are participating, I decided this could be fun for me as well. Continue reading
For my deck I wanted to sit inside at night and see the glow of lamps among my plants. In a larger space this would be pretty easy, but when limited in space it becomes a challenge. Much of the challenge is to not go over board, and to keep solar options in mind. Electricity is available on the deck, but it is not in a convenient place, and I question the safety of this particular outlet. Continue reading
Jade plant from 1993 till 2010.
I thought I would take a few minutes and talk about the Jade plant. It is one of the easiest plants to grow, and keep alive. Over the years I have had jade just about everywhere I have lived. Continue reading
So things are growing on the deck. The runner beans have started to really run… up the trellis. The trumpet vine is not yet very tall, and hard to distinguish among the other vines. I am a little concerned that it will get crowded, but I will leave it be for now. If it looks too sad, I will move some of the runners out of that pot. Continue reading