Posts Tagged "roses"

Remnants

Posted by on Aug 31, 2022 in Featured Plants, Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Remnants

Last of His Kind Today, I read a story about the death of a man who was the last member of an indigenous tribe in Brazil. This man “known as the “Man of the hole” had lived in complete isolation for the past twenty-six years on the Tanaru indigenous land, deep in the Brazilian Amazon in Rondonia state.” Source: CNN This completes the genocide of this man’s tribe. “The rest of his tribe was wiped out by several attacks since the 1970s mainly from cattle ranchers and land grabbers.” Source: CNN I do not suspect this story will make headline news but reading about this man’s lonely and tragic...

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Mae’s Garden Rose

Posted by on Jun 21, 2022 in Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Mae’s Garden Rose

To garden is to share, love and pray. I will be sharing with you today a story about Mae’s Garden Rose. Dear friends, I wish to say thank you so kindly for being here and reading my continued garden musings. I sincerely appreciate it. Since my last post, the work in the garden has been nonstop. Well, not quite so nonstop as it happened. The weather gracing this part of the country in late spring was nothing short of GLOURIOUS! Week after week I was waiting for our typical heavy spring snow but it was not to be… or so it seemed. In kind, the garden responded accordingly. Trees...

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My Winter Garden

Posted by on Feb 5, 2017 in Garden Thoughts | 4 comments

Sitting Outside on a Sunny, Mild Day The wind blows gently but steadily throughout my winter garden. The chimes provide the melody while the swaying dried grasses create the chorus. There are still leaves blowing about the lawn and the patio seeking a home for the remainder of the winter. I leave them wherever they end up. They will hopefully find some place nice to settle in, sleep and transform. As they decay, they will provide much needed nutrients for the worms within the earth allowing for the cycle of life to complete. All summer they cleaned the air I breathe. Bits of flowing green...

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