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Garden columnist Helen Lang gets a taste of summer.
In a fairly large pot on the balcony I have two lilies.
Once again I’m back home after my two days away in Cedar.
A couple of interesting and uninvited strangers have appeared on my third floor balcony.
Today seems like a good time to talk about hanging baskets.
Something rather special happened last week, my long-time friend Lucy W. came out for tea bringing a large manila envelope with her addressed to me.
I was out early this morning for a quick walk, and a search for something about gardens that would appeal to you.
I know it is a pain in the neck to haul hoses, or lug heavy watering cans, but when it is hot, plants shrivel up unless they are kept moist.
The 21 of this month marks the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, and a day celebrated around Stonehenge in England with music and dancing.
In spite of the still cool weather I’ve decided to get on…
Today promises to be a warm, sunny day so I think it’s…
It’s actually sunny right now, but still not as warm as it…
It must have been 10 years ago (at least) when I planted…
It’s still not warm, and it’s nearly the middle of May. Maybe…
Today I walked with my youngest daughter to the Victoria-bound bus, and…
Even after all these years of using this computer I still lose…
In the kitchen I have two narrow-necked small vases full of water…
I had high hopes when I moved to an apartment three floors…
Although it remains pretty cool, it is getting to be that time.…
Today I bought sweet-pea seeds, one package of knee high and the…