More lovely photos from Central Indiana and the State Fair. Our daughter went through a children’s program called “Little Hands on the Farm,” and it helped kids learn about the growing, harvesting, transporting and selling crops on the farm. It was a wonderful thing and Kallie loved it. She even got to “milk” a fake cow!
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I'm glad you've found my garden journal. Perhaps the only thing greater than the satisfaction of nurturing a seed to a seedling to a blooming or producing plant is the joy of sharing nature's bounty with others. Whether I'm peddling garden tomatoes we can't possibly eat or sharing stories about why the verbena isn't doing well, my garden connects me. It connects me to the earth, to our wildlife friends, to fellow gardeners, and, to myself. So, welcome. I hope you'll feel connected here.
Recent Blog Posts
- Take a step back in time at Hillwood Gardens…It felt as if we stepped back in time when we toured the lovely grounds of Hillwood Gardens at the Capital Area Garden Bloggers Fling.
- In a (tiny) Vase on MondayEven a small collection of sweet garden blooms can brighten up any room in the house.
- Garden Bloggers Fling cottage-style garden of Casa MariposaThe 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling, held in the Northern Virginia/DC area, was a gardener's dream come true. Surrounded by friends old and new, we toured botanical and private gardens and the many gardens along the National Mall in D.C.