Monthly Archives: September 2012

gardens

gardens

One third of my vegetable garden, in progress of cleaning and bedding down for winter. Seen are garlic, onion, beet beds, with straggling chilis, nasturtiums, black mustard…the hill behind is one solid blackberry stand.

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eutin

eutin

Eutin rose. We have to recall that many of our old tales relate that roses are beings with old, deep souls, often wrapping themselves around holy wells or areas of power. Also, give them due credit for weathering these new-fangled dry, hot summers.

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rose3

Night Owl var. climber…

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donjuan1

Don Juan var. rose

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hive8

Bees storing up for winter.

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Leaves are beginning to fall – first the foreign catalpas, then the lilacs and locust, next the maples, then that gloomy day when all the hickory’s leaves drop at once, turning its profile to crooked grey branches bearing clusters of … Continue reading

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