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Today it is raining and I can tell the plants just love it however my camera doesn’t.  I was out on the golden hours last evening and captured a few picture of lilies I think you might enjoy. 

The hosta are blooming nicely as well as the estilbe.  I have to wonder how these red poppies made it from the back yard all the way up here but such is seeds on a windy day in PEI. 




A short walk out the driveway found me pulling a few weeds in between the day lilies.  I find there are always weeds to be pulled. 



I love the colour of these.



I’m thinking I’ll need to paint my Adirondack chair before long.



These are beautiful lilies with the lavender as an accent.


There isn’t much colour under our sign but it is busy enough, lol


Have a wonderful weekend everyone.  Remember it is the seaglass festival in Souris this weekend so we might see you there. 

I hope to come back with some great finds.


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Curious to see snow drops announcing themselves in the garden. Surprised to see I’ve been tanked.


The snow hasn’t been melting in my backyard as fast as I’d like it too, perhaps I’m too impatient,

or a little hosta about the whole situation


either way, I’ll keep my Tulips sealed

“Quick, grab a bench and put it under me, I’m about to weaken at the knee.”

(earlier last week in conversation)

The installer: “This is a good location for the tank.”

Me: “Why would you put something so ugly in a garden?”

The installer: “Mam, we can hide it behind the bushes no one will even know it’s there.” 

Me: “Right, as ladies round the garden for the tea room they won’t see the tank?”

The installer: “We can put the tank anywhere as long as it is code.”

Me: “Alright then it’s settled, put it in the neighbours yard and run the line underground”


As Violet Crawley would say from Downton Abbey, “I doubt Mr Travis has much of an eye for fashion.”

I’m going to cringe each time someone enters the garden. Can you picture this monstrosity? I can’t imagine this being my worst sight, but it is.  How will I ever hide this over-sized marshmallow?

devastated by what I see with my glasses on    ~OO~ Grandma




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