New York: one woman, one garden, twelve seasons.
Wherever you three move, you will make it beautiful.
Wow I missed the slug post. that's quite an increase. Is that even legal?I'm so afraid you're going to leave the country.When did I become so codependent?But thanks for inviting us over. Hopefully you chilled a nonalcholic beer for me? Thought so!xo Jane
Your zinnias are the epitome of summer, a striking counterpoint to the protea images of a few weeks ago.So sorry to read of your rent dilemma - don't you just love free market excess?
Gteen with pink zinnias? perfect summer.
Zinnias! From the roof? Oh, I "borrowed" some of your roses and clematis to bulk my meager blooms for FITH!
The zinnias just sparkle next to the wonderful greens. So pretty
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We've got a little room on our roof in Chelsea if you guys want to pitch a tent there. (FYI - Bean, our cowardly pit bull, loves cats.)
Nice Photog'. Crunchy, proper summer lettuce is a nice change from small leaves and trimmings. A patch of big crispy Rouge d'Hiver to munch on. Saskatoon berries are just ripening here in the Alberta Foothills - the Robins and Waxwings have been sampling. Wow!!! to the rent increase. I hope you find a meaningful option/opportunity out of the circumstance. I really enjoy your blog. A huge New York City-ophile, but it must be very expensive to live there. My annual NYC trips leave char-marks on my credit card. Every once in awhile when I'm feeling restless/discontented I try to think through a plan 'B'. A challenge to consider new possibilities. The Canadian west coast appeals to me, the 8 month prairie winters are becoming more of a challenge every year.Best Regards,Jake
Beautiful photo, lovely photos, fun words - my kind of blog post. ;o)
Zinnias--so summery. Beautiful picture.