Hi All, I hope this note finds all doing well and finding means of expression in this time of staying home. My garden has been a an outlet – I bought a few plants from garden centers nearby with my mask on. I had invested in pots and soil a few years ago so it’s … Continue reading
Happy 4th of July. Here are some pictures from my garden. I hope you have a safe and happy holiday.
Hi All – It’s a beautiful day in Minneapolis. The Memorial Terrace Garden is blooming and enjoying the rain and sun. The Peony has bloomed. It opens in the day and closes with the sunset. Here’s the highlights as of June 7th, 2020.
I hope this post finds all reading to be healthy and happy. Keep on believing in the hope of Spring. Here’s some pictures from apartment court yard. The smell is as beautiful as the blossoms.
Hi All, I went out to the NorthEast Minneapolis Farmer’s Market this morning. I got there before 8:30 a.m. so lots of produce available. I got carrots, greens for salad, asparagus, cucumbers, zucchini, and green onions. The walk to the market from the parking was easier this morning so I’m making progress. The duck has … Continue reading
Hi All, I was able to get my morning glory seeds planted and took some aerial views of all the pots from the terrace with some pictures of the apartment complex landscaping. My garden is designed to be habitat for the wildlife that comes to visit this populated area. A safe place to nest for … Continue reading
Hi All, The sun was shining bright today. I wanted to capture some of the progress my Memorial garden is making. There’s still some old growth on the terrace but I keep the old morning glory vines for habitat for the wildlife. Mostly for nesting & a safe harbor during the day. I have the … Continue reading
Hi All, New life is coming from my Memorial Terrace Garden. Our rainy duck weather today in Minneapolis greeted 8 new Mallard ducklings. The mother duck chose well. A big pot on my terrace about 7 feet from the sidewalk with a morning glory trellis that limited the size of the bird that could access … Continue reading