Climbing vines and ivy in Chelsea.
White on white at Ballek’s on Saturday.
And of course, the slide show, On The Roof, It’s Peaceful As Can Be.
This week’s peonies at the Union Square Greenmarket.
Mandevilla vines beginning to wrap on the ledge railing.
Last weekend, my brother came to visit and be brought my plants back to Brooklyn. For a little while they were all on the floor in my bedroom again, but then, last Monday, I pulled them out of the boxes and replenished soil that had eroded and put my sedum into a bigger pot. And planted my new poppies and my lantana — one of the few annuals that I can’t resist. And so, after two years, and all sort of things I never could have expected, I’ve got my ledge garden back.
Of course I find this right after I finished moving all of my plants back to Brooklyn.
Good morning, chives.
natgeofound: A well-worn stairway leads to a house on Oahu’s North Shore, November 1979.Photograph by Robert Madden, National Geographic
Sunday morning sun on my ledge.
Time for a big Sunday afternoon kitchen mess. Although, I’ve actually learned to contain my re-potting messes better these days.
A really excellent step-by-step on re-potting orchids.
I can’t tell if this tree is solitary or lonely.
Fog always reminds me taking the train from Edinburgh to Kings Cross (at Ballek’s Garden Center).