The end of 2018 is upon us. Honestly, I am ready for this year to be over. It's been a really challenging one full of downs and only a few ups. I am hopeful for better things to come our way in 2019! Just like the bunch of little tomatoes that I found still growing in my much neglected garden & these little baby fig trees that look like they are dead sticks. Just scratch the surface and the green can be seen. With some hard work, patience, persistence, prayers and a little luck, 2019 will be a very productive year! I wish each & every one of you a safe & HAPPY New Year! 😁 #bringon2019#2018isover#newyearseve#theyearisalmostover#tomato#gardening2018#garden
A memory from garden season 2018. Am really looking forward to garden season 2019! More focus on diversity not quantity, setting down some structure, more art in the garden and getting the watering system to work right!! Add more berries ... blueberries, purple raspberries. Enlarge the herb patch for
tea, spice and homeopathic concoctions AND of course introducing more perennial flowers! I currently have some shasta daisy & butterfly flower growing in the greenhouse.
Look at this lil' beauty that popped up last night to make its debut today. So pretty! With this wacky weather we are having here right now...(did I mention that it's so hot & muggy that the AC had to be turned on yesterday. Yep, the air conditoner is on in December! ) it is no wonder that the flowers are starting to bloom. 😆 #flowersinthegardenindecember#flowers#garden#gardening2018#wackyweather
Primo giorno di stagione da Giardiniere , vai a sistemare il Giardino di un architetto tedesco, e a lavoro terminato ci consegna questi bigliettini accompagnati da parlole bellissime ... le piccole soddisfazioni della vita... #gardening2018#vivaipiantegabbianelli Olaf Apple ...
I've been wanting to plant something in my garden for awhile now, but my North Florida weather has finally started to act a bit more like Fall weather with raining on and off & cooler weather. So, I stopped by a local Ace Hardware & Nursery store to see what they had in stock. I've been looking for garlic to plant out, but everywhere I check is either way too expensive or sold out. So, I decided these Daffodils would be a perfect start. I love the name of these... Sweetness! I just couldn't resist!😁 #gardening2018#garden#wanttoplayinthegarden#itstheweekend