- A Lover of Nature, Filled with Gratitude for my Husband, Family, Friends, Gardens, Dog and Chickens ~
Tag Archives: Sunflowers
Remember all the sunflowers and zinnias we harvested for seed saving? I took some time today to sort through them. Unfortunately, most of the sunflowers had a bit of mold growing but there were still quite a few that were … Continue reading
So grateful for your help pulling the corn and sunflower stalks this past weekend. We have set aside the corn stalks to dry out for your fall decorations and the sunflowers and zinnias are drying as well so we can … Continue reading
Mother Nature provides many gifts in spite of her challenges. Sending strength and goodwill to everyone affected by the recent hurricanes. We had a thunderstorm here in Maryland last week. The corn we planted was nearly sideways. I tried to … Continue reading
After dropping you and your friends back home, I ventured out in the light rain to tend to the chickens. They gifted us more eggs today (production has been slowing but peaked a bit today): There are a couple of … Continue reading
While the garden we planted at your house in mid-April is flourishing, grandma and grandpa’s late season garden is trying to catch up! We are grateful that the prior owners scattered their tomatoes in the garden bed and let nature … Continue reading
Sunflowers! It is a true sign of summer when you see smiling sunflowers!