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Living My Life
I love the Tiffany Rose! The fragrance of this Rose is breathtaking and the color is one of my favorites. It’s about half its full bloom size in this photo. Some grow to the size of your palm. I’ll pick this blossom when it’s in full bloom!
When it dries, I’ll use it for potpourri along with more Roses I pick this season.
It is one of two Tiffany Rosebushes which were given to me by my hubby for Mother’s Day many years ago. These Roses hold a special place in my heart!
I picked these delicate Puerto Rico roses before noon today. Their petals drop easily from the bloom and the fragrance is soft and pleasant. The center has a tinge of pink.
This rosebush was planted many years ago in honor of my older daughter. She is delicate and lovely just like the Puerto Rico roses!
I am a lover of roses! Today I picked a bloom from my Don Juan rosebush. The blooms are huge and even larger and fuller than they were last year. They are fragrant roses as you would surmise by its name!
This rosebush was planted in honor of my younger daughter many years ago. Just as the roses have grown, she has grown into an amazing young woman!
May your day be full of roses!
This is my side garden. The snapdragons are already in bloom! The dusty millers have grown profusely in a year’s time and the purple queen is peeking out from the back of the garden. The gladiola is growing anew and showing its green leaves. In the bare spot, I’ve planted delphenium seeds. I’m eagerly awaiting their arrival above ground!
Everthing has to start from something! With that being said, I began my future veggie garden with seeds! In a matter of a few days, the seeds have sprouted. See my future serrero chile peppers, spinach, okra, salad blend, basil(hat marker) and cabbage! I bought a few tomato plants and will also plant some tomato seeds.
The last time I planted veggies was during my children’s childhood to give them the experience and knowledge about gardening and where veggies originate. So many years ago!
Now, I’m planting them for healthier eating habits plus they’ll be grown organically!
I’m excited about this venture and hoping to get a nice bounty of veggies!
A few days ago I decided to make envelopes. Different from the ones I usually buy and send! Using magazine pages and paper-folding techniques, I produced these envelopes:
front of Sunflower envelope
back of Sunflower envelope
Now, all I’ll need to do is put a label and stamp on these cuties and they’ll be on their way!