Sunday was absolutely gorgeous, sunny and warm, and the Morris Arboretum was teeming with people out to enjoy the spring blossoms. Still, Mr. Z and I had this cherry tree and the blue sky above all to ourselves for a little while.
I know it's not a native tree but it's simply stunning, isn't it?
The folks from Yellow Springs Farm are coming today to consult on my yard and develop a landscape plan for me. Yay! Native landscape at home, manicured arboretum next town over...so much gardening joy. I love spring!
UPDATE: they were here! and a full-fledged plan is in the works!
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Just sent an email to your bobtownsuz address with regards to a project I'd love for you to be involved in - thought I'd mention it here in case you don't check your mails that much. Cheers!
I'm in the process of starting a social experiment via the web, and am in need of someone that can write really well. The details of the project is laid out on my website at www.accreation.org. I'm looking for someone that can edit the content in a more easily understandable format. Please visit the site, and contact me if you or someone you know might be interested in participating in the project. Thank you.
PS. This is NOT a paid position; I'm looking for like minded individuals who are interested in making this prjoect become a success. Thank you.
I have spring all year cos its an equatorial climate here. Do gardening anytime of the year. I have an unusual palm that looks very much like the self destructing palm discovered in Madagascar last year. Blooms once in 40 years, then dies. It was named Tahina spectabilis, not sure if its the same. Can your gardening skills help, pix in my post.