Monthly Archives: January 2016

Beauties of the Past

The Patient Gardener Here are a few of my favourite flowers from last year. We’ll begin in the spring and work through the fall. I’ll try to be judicious and not to bore you! One of my favourite tulips since … Continue reading

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My First Spring Here

The spring of 2015 was very busy for me. I was trying to get as much ready in the gardens as possible before the summer’s heat arrived and the front of the garage needed to be torn down before it … Continue reading

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More Veggies

It rained a bit all day today so I didn’t work in the gardens, but I did take more pictures. Below is one of the Courtyard and Willy taken from the gate of the Veggie Garden followed by two more … Continue reading

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Veggie Garden

                                  This was the long entrance to my Veggie Garden last summer (2015). As you can surmise, the path is at the right where … Continue reading

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Hardscaping, of a Sort

I have been a busy boy during the last couple of days moving barrows and barrows of rough wood chips onto the surface of the garden at the rear of the house and of the Courtyard Garden. Where it was … Continue reading

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The Courtyard Garden

Today, let’s talk a bit about the Courtyard Garden. This is the smallest of my gardens and the most private. Almost completely surrounded by either walls or high board fences, it faces north, north-east and currently has large trees of … Continue reading

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Courtyard Garden (Again)

Two pictures today; The one on the top is how it looks now in the Courtyard Garden – not very inspiring, is it? Nevertheless, by summer it should look much better, with Chief Joseph pine against the right of the fence where … Continue reading

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