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Dried Purple Flowers





dried purple flowers






    purple flowers
  • (purple-flowered) having purple flowers

  • (Purple-flowering) Rubus odoratus (Purple-flowering Raspberry, Flowering Raspberry, or Virginia raspberry) is a species of Rubus, native to eastern North America, from Nova Scotia west to Ontario, and south to Georgia and Alabama.





    dried
  • Cause to become dry

  • (dry) remove the moisture from and make dry; "dry clothes"; "dry hair"

  • preserved by removing natural moisture; "dried beef"; "dried fruit"; "dehydrated eggs"; "shredded and desiccated coconut meat"

  • Become dry

  • Wipe tears from (the eyes)

  • not still wet; "the ink has dried"; "a face marked with dried tears"











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Super Blue-purple French Lavender Dried Lavander Buds - 1 Pound - Dry Flowers


Super Blue-purple French Lavender Dried Lavander Buds - 1 Pound - Dry Flowers



Plant overview Many people appreciate lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) for its aromatic fragrance, used in soaps, shampoos, and sachets for scenting clothes. The name lavender comes from the Latin root lavare, which means "to wash." Lavender most likely earned this name because it was frequently used in baths to help purify the body and spirit. However, this herb is also considered a natural remedy for a range of ailments from insomnia and anxiety to depression and mood disturbances. Recent studies bear out years of anecdotal evidence showing that lavender produces calming, soothing, and sedative effects. Insomnia in folklore, pillows were filled with lavender flowers to help the restless fall sleep. There is now scientific evidence to suggest that aromatherapy with lavender slows the activity of the nervous system, improves sleep quality, promotes relaxation, and lifts mood in people suffering from sleep disorders. Studies also suggest that massage with essential oils, particularly lavender, may result in improved sleep quality, more stable mood, increased mental capacity, and reduced anxiety. In one recent study, participants who received massage with lavender felt less anxious and more positive than participants who received massage alone. Lavender flowers have also been approved by the Commission E in Germany as a tea for insomnia, restlessness, and nervous stomach irritations. Aromatherapy Aromatherapists also use lavender as a tonic in inhalation therapy to treat headaches, nervous disorders, and exhaustion. Herbalists treat skin ailments, such as fungal infections (like candidiasis), wounds, eczema, and acne, with lavender oil. It is also used externally in a healing bath for circulatory disorders and as a rub for rheumatic ailments (conditions affecting the muscles and joints).










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Purple-Flowering Raspberry




Purple-Flowering Raspberry





Purple-flowering Raspberry (Rubus odoratus) is the only Massachusetts Rubus without compound leaves or spiny stems. The fruit, or drupe, is a highly valued food for native birds, but has a very dry and unappealing flavor to humans. Though this plant can be found occurring in a variety of situations, it is most often observed growing as part of circumneutral talus or boulder field communities. Specifically, circumneutral talus and boulder field communities occur in situations where minerals leached from bedrock enrich the soil and create a relatively high pH. Purple-flowering Raspberry is a great native plant for landscaping, as it is both attractive and of high wildlife value.











Dried Purple Flowers




Dried Purple Flowers





Continuing the wedding theme, these flowers were in the head table arrangement and I now have them in a vase.

Happy Purple Tuesday!

And happy Burns Night to any of you who are celebrating - I'm about to dig into my haggis, neeps & tatties!











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FORGET ME NOT FLOWER TATTOO DESIGNS - FORGET ME NOT


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    tattoo designs
  • (Tattoo design) Chinese calligraphy tattoo design and pictures.

  • A tattoo is a marking made by inserting indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment for decorative or other reasons. Tattoos on humans are a type of decorative body modification, while tattoos on animals are most commonly used for identification or branding.





    forget
  • Inadvertently neglect to attend to, do, or mention something

  • Inadvertently omit to bring or retrieve

  • forget to do something; "Don't forget to call the chairman of the board to the meeting!"

  • dismiss from the mind; stop remembering; "I tried to bury these unpleasant memories"

  • be unable to remember; "I'm drawing a blank"; "You are blocking the name of your first wife!"

  • Fail to remember





    flower
  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"

  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers

  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms











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Tattoo U: 500 Designs for Anywhere on Your Body


Tattoo U: 500 Designs for Anywhere on Your Body



With more than 500 varied designs to choose from, this cool collection has something for everyone!
Anyone who has a tattoo, wants a tattoo, or has ever thought of getting a tattoo will have fun poring over these pages. The compilation will even please people who don’t want to go under the needle; they can use the patterns to paint or stencil on a temporary tattoo.
The designs range from exquisite Celtic symbols to intricate arm bands to simple lettering; chapters on animals, mythical creatures, and natural elements will delight and inspire tattooists and body artists of all kinds.











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Forget Me Not




Forget Me Not





Forget Me Not….Myosotis latifolia
Family: Boraginaceae











Forget me ...?




Forget me ...?





Forget me nots are finally out and spectacular.









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How Long To Press Flowers





how long to press flowers






    how long
  • "How Long (Betcha' Got a Chick on the Side)" is a funk classic by American family girl group the Pointer Sisters, released as the first single from their Steppin' album in 1975.

  • "How Long?" is a 1975 song by the British group Ace from their album Five-A-Side. It reached number three in the Canadian and U.S. charts.

  • How long is the second album from the West Coast artist L.V..





    flowers
  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

  • (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  • (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"

  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers





    press
  • Exert continuous physical force on (something), typically in order to operate a device or machine

  • exert pressure or force to or upon; "He pressed down on the boards"; "press your thumb on this spot"

  • Squeeze (someone's arm or hand) as a sign of affection

  • imperativeness: the state of demanding notice or attention; "the insistence of their hunger"; "the press of business matters"

  • Move or cause to move into a position of contact with something by exerting continuous physical force

  • the print media responsible for gathering and publishing news in the form of newspapers or magazines











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A Contemplation Upon Flowers: Garden Plants in Myth and Literature


A Contemplation Upon Flowers: Garden Plants in Myth and Literature



This is a perfect bedside book for the literate gardener and makes a terrific gardener's gift book. It is an entertaining survey of 80 plant genera, with a multitude of references to, and extracts from, myth and literature from Shakespeare to the Victorian language of flowers. Based on prodigious research, it includes much literature that has fallen into undeserved obscurity, as well as selections from the great poets. It is a delightful study of the influence of the world's flora on humanity, from the mundane to the mystical.

"The snowdrop, in purest white arraie,
First rears her hedde on Candlemas daie;"
From an early church calendar of English flowers, ca. 1500
As you pick up spade and shovel and head out into the garden, you might want to offer up a prayer for sunny days and rainy nights to one of the patron saints of gardening described by Bobby Ward in this fascinating compilation of horticultural wit and whimsy.
Have you ever wondered how flowers get their names, both common and scientific, or what Shakespeare or Milton had to say about roses or honeysuckle? Collected in this fat, satisfying volume are quotations from poetry, plays, and stories written by the ancient Greeks up through the Victorians that trace the rich history of the natural world as captured in myth and literature. Symbolism, traditional medicinal uses, and most of all lyrical tributes to favorite plants from acanthus to zinnia fill the pages of this book, to be read for sheer pleasure or dipped into for information about specific flowers. The book is easy to use compared to many such compilations, in part because it is arranged by type of plant, and because Ward has masterfully woven it all together with a blend of historical and botanical commentary for context.
You won't learn from this book how to plant a bulb or grow a tomato, but there are more than enough books on the practical matters of gardening. Rather, folk tales, myths, legends, and lore of the flowers, in the words of sages, saints, herbalists, and poets provide inspiration, humor, and fine reading. --Valerie Easton










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everything is an experiment.




everything is an experiment.





This is going to be long-winded, so bear with me!

Part one: I cook dinner every night. I love food, I love to cook. I have a new plan for every week's worth of cooking - one day should be a 'safe day,' something where I know what I'm doing, I know it'll turn out well, etc. One day should be an experimental day, something totally new, based on a theory or a concept that I have in mind. Could be failure, could be success (ex: last night's fried rice w/ tangerine and plantain. success!) Other days can fall anywhere in between.

Part two - I'd like to start applying this plan to my photography as well. I should always try to push myself toward something experimental and new, and I should also always try something a little safer, so I can slowly refine that as well. The failures of something 'safe' are far more minor than the failure of an experiment. The same goes for successes, except these minor successes are far more useful than the success of an experiment.

Part three: How can I apply that to my dabblings with Fade to Black film? I can't, really. Even what's 'safe' is highly experimental. But I'm trying to play it fairly safe. I've been sticking to the 'wet process' because it yields results that I'm happy with. I'm still experimenting further though, and so far it has cost me one shot (out of four tries but sixteen total shots… failure is tough!)

Part four (the explanation): I shot some buttercups today with Fade to Black. When I was dismantling the sheet of film, I noticed that the image left behind on the backing* was actually pretty strong. I thought, why not experiment with this. First I pressed it very hard onto a sheet of paper I had around, to see if any of it would transfer. It didn't. But I realized that in doing so, I did get it mostly 'dry' and I still had that strong image, so I decided to scan it. Now when I say strong, that's a little bit of an overstatement - it was still rather faint. But I had a nice scan of a negative which seems to be largely based on luminance (read: black and white), which I can do something with. So I inverted the image to a positive, and made some adjustments for contrast. You can see some text on the image, this was from trying to transfer it onto the sheet of paper which had the postscript font list output from my printer on it. So, aside from making it a positive image and bumping the contrast, nothing further was done in Photoshop. There are some cool textures going on here if you view it large or original (beware, the original is like 16mb or something)

A happy experiment, coming off of another happy experiment (the photo itself, which I will post when it dries…)

*I don't know the exact details of what this backing is. It's the milky white stuff. I assumed it was just the processing chemistry, but with the image becoming imprinted as it does, I'm curious. Anyone with more knowledge of the chemistry of Polaroid than I have, feel free to weigh in…











Sausage Tree's crimson blossoms and hanging gourd-like fruit




Sausage Tree's crimson blossoms and hanging gourd-like fruit





The first time I saw this tree and its huge hanging sausage-like gourds I couldn't believe my eyes! And immediately wanted to plant one until I realized how long it takes to get to this astounding mature stage.

Kigelia includes a single species of trees from tropical Africa. It grows in savannas and open woodlands. The genus is named for the capital of Rwanda. Plants are grown occasionally for the novelty of the 30 lb. sausage-like fruits which dangle from the branches on long stalks. More then one roadside stand in South Florida has planted a "world-famous sausage tree" by the road to attract tourists and passerbys.

The maroon flowers are bell-shaped, opening at night and falling by early morning. They emit a musky scent that attracts pollinators in the wild. Self-infertile, the flowers must be cross-pollinated by hand at night to set fruit in cultivation (picture a dedicated human-pollinator running between trees at night with a paintbrush and flashlight in hand). Hawkmoths may occasionally pollinate some flowers in cultivation. The fruit is eaten and seeds distributed by baboons.

This Sausage Tree is growing on Lincoln Road, a tourist-oriented shopping area in Miami Beach, FL. Source: Tropical Flowering Plants, Kirsten Albrecht Llamas, TImber Press

Sausage Tree, Kigelia Pinnata, Kigelia africana, Lincoln Mall, Miami Beach, FL









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There are hundreds of perennials and grasses available to gardeners - how can they know whether or not they’re making the right choice? In Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, Adrian Bloom distills his years of experience as a nurseryman and gardener into 250 reliable choices that are beautiful, easy to maintain, and provide year-round interest.

Detailed descriptions feature information on growth, care, and design tips for use in gardens of all sizes. Bloom shows the reader how to design and plant well structured borders that feature perennials and grasses with a mix of other plants playing supporting roles. He also shares his trademark “river of plants” design style that dramatically features the beauty of a plant throughout its life.










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SEND FLOWERS TO IRELAND - TO IRELAND


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Send Flowers To Ireland





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  • Send Flowers is the debut album release from Black Lungs, the side project of Alexisonfire guitarist and backing vocalist Wade MacNeil. MacNeil's sound has been described as "the soundtrack for punk rockers, hip hoppers, pill poppers, young ladies and show stoppers."





    ireland
  • an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland

  • a republic consisting of 26 of 32 counties comprising the island of Ireland; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1921

  • An island in the British Isles that lies west of Great Britain. Approximately four fifths of the area of Ireland constitutes the Republic of Ireland, with the remaining one fifth belonging to Northern Ireland. After an unsuccessful rebellion in 1798, union of Britain and Ireland followed in 1801. In 1922, Ireland was partitioned by the Anglo-Irish Treaty

  • Ireland (,; Eire, ; Ulster Scots: Airlann) is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island in the world. It lies to the northwest of continental Europe and is surrounded by hundreds of islands and islets.











Saint Senan Statue




Saint Senan Statue





This weekend marks the bapism of my new nephew and he is to be called Senan
PAIDIR NAOMH SHEANAIN
A Sheanain, a bheanhin bheilghlic
An tAthar Uasal a luadh gach einne ort
Faigh duinne foighne go dearach
A chloifidh cathu is fadchuma peine
Agus guimis, le Seanan sograch maorga
An tAthair, an Mac is an Naomhsprid
Go raibh siochan i gcrich Fail is faoiseamh
Agus leas na tire i gcroi gach einne

PRAYER TO SAINT SENAN
O Senan, the wise-spoken, born of woman
The Noble Father as people call you
Grant us patience in our outlook
That will expel strife and long lingering pain
And pray with wise Senan
To the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit
That there will be peace in the fields of Ireland and prosperity
And the good of the country in the heart of every person


THE LIFE OF SAINT SENAN, SON OF GERRGENN
(Adapted & edited from the Book of Lismore)

SAINT PATRICK FORETELLS THE BIRTH OF SENAN
Now the chief prophet and the chief apostle whom God sent to preach to the men of Ireland, even Saint Patrick, prophesied Senan’s birth. For when Patrick was preaching to the Hui-Figeinti and baptizing them in Domhnach Mor of Cinel Diue, the Corco-Baiscinn came with their king, even Bole, son of Dec in a great sea-fleet over Limerick from the north to Patrick, and they besought Patrick to preach to them on that day and to baptize them at once. Patrick told them to wait till the morning, for on that day he was weary.
Said the Corco-Baiscinn to Patrick: “We cannot, for our district is empty after us without warriors protecting it, and our fleet has no one to guard it, and we must needs hasten back to our district.”
Thereafter Patrick went in his chariot, so that everyone might see him, and that they might hear from him his voice and the preaching of God’s word by him. And then they believed in God and in Patrick. So Patrick repeats the order of Baptism to them on the river, which was near them, and all the hosts are baptized therein. And they gave great alms to Patrick. Patrick blesses them, and said that there would always be abundance of treasures and wealth in the district of Baiscenn. The Corco-Baiscinn entreated Patrick to go with them to bless their district and to baptize their women, and their children and their slaves, whom they had left behind.
Patrick said to them: “I have no leisure to go with you, and to move my household over this river yonder.”
The Corco-Baiscinn said: “We have!” say they, a great fleet to carry you over the sea; and we will take you over it, with all your servants dry- footed, and we will bring you back again.
Patrick again refused to go with them: “I cannot!” said he, “leave the district in which I am, until the consecration and blessing of them all shall end!”
And Patrick gave a blessing to the Corco-Baiscinn, and left upon them excellence of shipping. So of that Patrick sang this stave:

I will not go
To Corco-Baiscinn, no falsehood,
Though there be no sword on their left side,
Nothing more will be taken from them.

Patrick said to the Corco-Baiscinn: “Is there a place near us, whence your district will be clear to me, so that I myself may descry it from my seat, and may bless it from that spot?”
“There is forsooth!” say they, “the hill there!” that is Findine.
Patrick then went with them to the top of Findine, and said to them: “Is this your district to the north of Limerick, as far as the ocean in the west?”
“It is!” say they.
“Does your territory,” said Patrick, reach the mountain there in the north? even Sliab Ellbe, in the district of Corcomruad in Ninnus?”
“It reaches not!” say they.
“ It shall reach before the Judgment!” said Patrick. “Does your territory reach that mountain there in the east?” that is, Echtge in the territory of Hui Desa.
“It reaches not!” say they.
“It shall reach after a long while!” said Patrick.
Then Patrick blessed Corco-Baiscinn, and said to them: “You need me not to go with you into your country, for you have a child in a woman’s womb, and unto him your country had been given by God. After him shall you be, and him shall you serve, and . . . this race of the Hui Figennte. It is he that will be a Patrick to you, and great will be the honour of the child that will be born to you. Happy is he who shall be in his keeping. And the island there in the west, in front of the sea!” that is Inis Cathaigh, “is there any dwelling in it?” said Patrick.
“There is none!” say they, “for there is a terrible monster therein named Cathach, who does not allow it to be inhabited!”
“Marvellous!” said Patrick, “is the diadem of dignity, and the precious stone, and the venerable servant specially lovable to God and to men, even the child that will be born with you. For it is for his sake that the soil of yon island is preserved in virginity, for it is there that his resurrection will be, and the resurrection of a great host of saints along with him!”
Then said Patrick, prophesying Senan’s birth:
“A man-child will be born in the west,












Shrine to Saint Senan




Shrine to Saint Senan





PAIDIR NAOMH SHEANAIN
A Sheanain, a bheanhin bheilghlic
An tAthar Uasal a luadh gach einne ort
Faigh duinne foighne go dearach
A chloifidh cathu is fadchuma peine
Agus guimis, le Seanan sograch maorga
An tAthair, an Mac is an Naomhsprid
Go raibh siochan i gcrich Fail is faoiseamh
Agus leas na tire i gcroi gach einne

PRAYER TO SAINT SENAN
O Senan, the wise-spoken, born of woman
The Noble Father as people call you
Grant us patience in our outlook
That will expel strife and long lingering pain
And pray with wise Senan
To the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit
That there will be peace in the fields of Ireland and prosperity
And the good of the country in the heart of every person



THE LIFE OF SAINT SENAN, SON OF GERRGENN
(Adapted & edited from the Book of Lismore)

SAINT PATRICK FORETELLS THE BIRTH OF SENAN
Now the chief prophet and the chief apostle whom God sent to preach to the men of Ireland, even Saint Patrick, prophesied Senan’s birth. For when Patrick was preaching to the Hui-Figeinti and baptizing them in Domhnach Mor of Cinel Diue, the Corco-Baiscinn came with their king, even Bole, son of Dec in a great sea-fleet over Limerick from the north to Patrick, and they besought Patrick to preach to them on that day and to baptize them at once. Patrick told them to wait till the morning, for on that day he was weary.
Said the Corco-Baiscinn to Patrick: “We cannot, for our district is empty after us without warriors protecting it, and our fleet has no one to guard it, and we must needs hasten back to our district.”
Thereafter Patrick went in his chariot, so that everyone might see him, and that they might hear from him his voice and the preaching of God’s word by him. And then they believed in God and in Patrick. So Patrick repeats the order of Baptism to them on the river, which was near them, and all the hosts are baptized therein. And they gave great alms to Patrick. Patrick blesses them, and said that there would always be abundance of treasures and wealth in the district of Baiscenn. The Corco-Baiscinn entreated Patrick to go with them to bless their district and to baptize their women, and their children and their slaves, whom they had left behind.
Patrick said to them: “I have no leisure to go with you, and to move my household over this river yonder.”
The Corco-Baiscinn said: “We have!” say they, a great fleet to carry you over the sea; and we will take you over it, with all your servants dry- footed, and we will bring you back again.
Patrick again refused to go with them: “I cannot!” said he, “leave the district in which I am, until the consecration and blessing of them all shall end!”
And Patrick gave a blessing to the Corco-Baiscinn, and left upon them excellence of shipping. So of that Patrick sang this stave:

I will not go
To Corco-Baiscinn, no falsehood,
Though there be no sword on their left side,
Nothing more will be taken from them.

Patrick said to the Corco-Baiscinn: “Is there a place near us, whence your district will be clear to me, so that I myself may descry it from my seat, and may bless it from that spot?”
“There is forsooth!” say they, “the hill there!” that is Findine.
Patrick then went with them to the top of Findine, and said to them: “Is this your district to the north of Limerick, as far as the ocean in the west?”
“It is!” say they.
“Does your territory,” said Patrick, reach the mountain there in the north? even Sliab Ellbe, in the district of Corcomruad in Ninnus?”
“It reaches not!” say they.
“ It shall reach before the Judgment!” said Patrick. “Does your territory reach that mountain there in the east?” that is, Echtge in the territory of Hui Desa.
“It reaches not!” say they.
“It shall reach after a long while!” said Patrick.
Then Patrick blessed Corco-Baiscinn, and said to them: “You need me not to go with you into your country, for you have a child in a woman’s womb, and unto him your country had been given by God. After him shall you be, and him shall you serve, and . . . this race of the Hui Figennte. It is he that will be a Patrick to you, and great will be the honour of the child that will be born to you. Happy is he who shall be in his keeping. And the island there in the west, in front of the sea!” that is Inis Cathaigh, “is there any dwelling in it?” said Patrick.
“There is none!” say they, “for there is a terrible monster therein named Cathach, who does not allow it to be inhabited!”
“Marvellous!” said Patrick, “is the diadem of dignity, and the precious stone, and the venerable servant specially lovable to God and to men, even the child that will be born with you. For it is for his sake that the soil of yon island is preserved in virginity, for it is there that his resurrection will be, and the resurrection of a great host of saints along with him!”
Then said Patrick, prophesying Senan’s birth:
“A man-child will be born in the west,
in the island over the ocean.
The Corco Baiscinn will be under his hand,









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    flower bulbs
  • (Flower bulb) A bulb is a short stem with fleshy leaves or leaf bases . The leaves often function as food storage organs during dormancy .





    buy
  • bribe: make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence; "This judge can be bought"

  • Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery

  • Obtain in exchange for payment

  • bargain: an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"

  • obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; "She buys for the big department store"

  • Pay someone to give up an ownership, interest, or share











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Narcissus Ziva Paperwhites, 20 bulbs - 17+cm


Narcissus Ziva Paperwhites, 20 bulbs - 17+cm



This is the classic paperwhite, the fastest from bulb to bloom and the hands-down easiest. Nestle a few in bowls filled with pebbles on windowsills throughout the house to bathe your home in their sweet, musky scent. Start new pots every 10 days and you'll have fragrance to carry you through until spring flowers are blooming outdoors. Or use pretty bowls as your containers - antique, colored glass or whatever strikes your fancy - ones that are unique and charming. This bag of 20 big bulbs will provide flowers and fragrance for months. For gardeners in zones 8-10 these will scent your early spring garden wonderfully and add bobbing white, snippable blooms to your flowerbeds. Deer and rodent proof. Expect multiple flower stalks with 4 to 6 blooms on each. Typically flowers in 40-60 days indoors, in time to brighten the dull days of winter. Click on Image Gallery link above for a close up shot of the container.










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Starting Over




Starting Over





The house was cute. Nothing more. Not grand or beautiful. Certainly not distinctive in its architecture. It was one of thousands built for veterans after the war, in the 1940s... small, square, practical, affordable, decent.

It had two bedrooms and one small bathroom. And a kitchen clearly built for small people. The first time she walked in, she felt too tall... like she'd stumbled into a dollhouse or something. The countertops were level with her thighs; she could easily see the space above the cupboards (ugh... dust, cobwebs, thick stringy greasy stuff...)... a space that, in most houses, only insects see.

Everything was grubby. The walls and ceilings were sticky yellow brown with old tobacco smoke. The carpet was stained, compressed in places, burnt in others, worn to just the underlying grid around the doorways. And it smelled like dog. Damp and musty. With an undertone of rotting flesh.

Outside, the garden had been left to go to nature. The little front lawn was scabby and dry. The hard packed clay in what had once been flower beds was punched through, here and there, by stiff determined thistles. There was even less going on in the back yard. Shaded by adjacent, taller houses it got almost zero light. And the only visible living thing back there (besides the bugs) was moss.

She didn't care. She was thrilled. Overjoyed. She thought this little house... with its bare dirt outside and dank, greasy doggy smelling inside... had potential.

For the next few weeks, between shifts at work, she scrubbed, polished, dug, planted, pruned, painted, freshened up.... wallpapered, hung curtains, built planters, scraped years of old dark goo out of cracks and corners.

While she did this, he was busy tearing down his studio. They were moving in together, starting fresh, moving forward... building something from the parts and scraps and pieces of their separate lives.

Her move was easy. She didn't have much. That's why she started on the house right away. While he took extra time, tearing down the studio he'd built in his basement and, component by component, setting it all up again in the little green garage in their shady new back yard.

She lived in the house by herself for a while. Loved it more and more every day. Baked. Bought a deep freeze and wrangled it into the back porch. Stocked it with meals and pies and cookies and breads and bags of fresh picked fruits and berries.

She claimed one bedroom for herself. Not to sleep there. But just to make use of the space. So it wasn't wasted.

On her suggestion, they kept their separate phone numbers. And separate phones. But only so his bandmates wouldn't interrupt her.

She worked nights. He worked days.

She wrote. He made music.

And when he finally moved in, a few months after her, the house was clean and bright; it smelled like fresh paint and baking; there were flowers in the window boxes and pretty tins along the space above the kitchen cupboards.

He wrote songs for her. She made soup. They were living together, and everything was fine.

Then one Saturday afternoon they were out together, doing errands. He got a haircut. They bought groceries. And then they were going to the hardware store.

It was Saturday afternoon. She didn't notice that at first. She'd been working nights, odd shifts, odd patterns, for a while and had lost track of dates.

When the fact of the Saturday afternoon got through to her, it deadened her. As if all her blood had, just then, stopped.

She looked around the parking lot where they were sitting, in his truck, in transition. Looked at the long chunky line of the strip mall... the people passing in and out the doors of the liquor store... the traffic idling, stop-starting and spewing fumes on the six-lane street... the old people... little withered Chinese men and white haired Indian women in saris... smelling fruit and testing the freshness of leafy greens with their practised fingers.

Suddenly it all felt so domestic. As if she'd become her parents. Doing errands on a Saturday. Planning dinner. Buying light bulbs. Going home to watch Hockey Night in Canada.

Suddenly the cab of the truck seemed small... claustrophobic, suffocating.

The glare of the sun outside on the asphalt hurt her head; her stomach dipped; she pushed the truck door open, thinking she would vomit.

"What are you doing?" he asked.

And at first she couldn't speak.

She just sat there, hanging out the open door, looking at the asphalt in the strip mall parking lot... thinking about the house... how small it was... the low counters, low ceilings... tile in the bathroom just about the colour of the yellow don't-park-here line on the ground next to where they sat.

"Nothing," she said.

"I'm fine."

And, "Sorry."

"Let's go home, okay?"

And even though their bed was small, that night she managed to avoid letting her skin touch his at all.













The dahlias are here...the dahlias are here




The dahlias are here...the dahlias are here





The Swan Island Dahlia Festival in Canby is now in full swing. I managed to sneak up there a couple of weeks ago before the festival opened and had the whole fields to myself, even though there were only a few dozen flowers in bloom. A couple of days ago I got back out there and the difference was amazing. Much of the fields now are in bloom. Of all the flowers I photograph in this manner, I think dahlias are easily my favorite. They come in such a variety of colors and shapes and sizes, sometimes so different that you would have trouble believing that both flowers are actually dahlias.

The festival runs through the end of this month, and concludes with a large exhibition where you can see more dahlias on display and buy bulbs for your home. Considering the beauty of all the flowers and the fact that it is entirely free, and the drive out through Canby and the surrounding area is a pleasant one, I highly recommend getting out there.









where to buy flower bulbs








where to buy flower bulbs




50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants






Tracy DiSabato-Aust has taught thousands of readers how to design and maintain their gardens. Her first book -- The Well-Tended Perennial Garden -- is Timber's best-selling title and widely considered the bible of perennial maintenance. 50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants is packed with useful tips, practical hints, and Tracy's own gardening experience. It is sure to find a place on the shelf and in the heart of every gardener. Tracy has identified 50 show-stopping plants that anyone can grow. Each selection is a dynamic choice for nearly every garden. Even better? All 50 plants have passed Tracy's test for toughness, beauty, and durability. These are Tracy's personal favorites, chosen after years of studying how to make beautiful outdoor spaces with a minimum of maintenance.










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