Postcard from the garden wall

For the last several seasons I have not planted annuals, choosing instead to work to keep my established perennials alive and as healthy as possible in the midst of drought.  Now in this first week of spring, I am missing fresh blooms to bring into the house.


Always struggling to keep the creeping ficus on the garden wall under control; cutting lovely new shoots nuanced with color from spring-green to rust…rather than relegating them to compost, why not first bring them inside…


Adversity, at its best,  can introduce us to new ways of looking at and appreciating our individual worlds.

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One response to “Postcard from the garden wall

  1. Anna Abbey


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