A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
Now those are some impressive flowers! Would you like to come plant my flower beds next spring? I'll feed you!
Nice, I wonder if they grow in my zone?
Beautiful. I love the stone path too.
HOLLYHOCKS by Vera Keevers Smith Erect against the garden wallthey grow, the brightest flower of allIn crimson glory, side by sidethey stand, sedate and dignified.while with an equal care the restIn softer pink and white aredressed.They seem so confident and wise to little children's wondering eues.Like grandmammas they seem to knowThe reason why strange things are so.
wow, those look beautiful! thanks for sharing!!
WOW! Oh my gosh, not only do the flowers look beautiful, but, WOW, the stone path and yard look terrific! I don't suppose you'd want to swap your yard for mine?
That is a gorgeous garden! I think those serene flowers must have stories to tell. Hip Chick's poem makes me smile, to think of grandmammas that know "The reason why strange things are so." Nice thought!
Those are huge! lol, the only thing I can grow as big as that are the weeds on the side of my place.
I grew hollyhocks from seeds one year and they grew crazy. All over the place.Did you know they're edible? Leaves and buds. I forgot if petals are edible too. I've tried to find recipes online but couldn't really find anything good. Just saute then? I haven't tried it. I came across that factoid a while back from somewhere.
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