Our weather has been in the 50s of late with a frost advisory last night.
A small variety that rarely gets to bloom because of being eaten by the rabbits and the day after I took the photo, squirrels had lopped their heads off.
'Leonard Messel' a stellata magnolia full of blooms despite cold temperates after a warm spell in March.
A new and much anticipated container garden for herbs on the deck just outside the back door. I love the fact that there will be no bending down to harvest them!
Judy makes all kinds of patterns and if you're interested in ordering for yourself, email me and I'll put you together.
Many thanks for this gift from tea blogging sister Angela McRae at Tea with Friends with a kind shout out in the acknowledgements for introducing her to the app Waterlogue. Angela's book is available from Amazon.com from the link on her blog.
I've been playing with a new and free software program called Fotojet that is pretty close to PicMonkey. Sign up for a membership and all the upgrades are free at this time. The above collage was made from a template and there are many others to choose from, great editing tools as well.
I'll use if for Mosaic Monday that will be up on the 30th of this month to give it a good test run and would love you to try it as well and see what you think.
Happy Gardening, Take Time for Tea