A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
Guess who didn’t deadhead their flowers?
And who will be scolding herself when the million little babies sprout up this spring?
Don't feel badly. I have a few that look that way too. :(
Ahh but the birdies are blessing you:)I love Echinacea heads in winter~
I give up, what's deadheading and wouldn't it be a good thing to have a million little flowers???
Well, at least you have something to look at in winter!
I have the same question as the year on the grill! :)
I've never heard of deadheading but almost expected to see a photo of Jerry Garcia. (HEE!)
i find they are beautiful anyway. :)
I too excpected to see a picture of Jerry Garcia...I've never deadheaded my flowers. I obviously don't have a green thumb.
I'm no gardener.., my yard proves it!
Oh Well----just think of how many more you will have to deadhead NEXT year!!!! ha haI have some yard cleanup also--which didn't get done in the fall. Oh Well--the fun never ends!!!Hugs,Betsy
Right there with ya. I almost never clean up my yard before winter sets in.
I didn't do mine, either - but when it snowed, the birds were really glad of the seeds (even though we feed them regularly - there seem to be some bird species which enjoy flower seeds but not the bird seed we buy...)
Who didn't? I didn't!
I may be a deadhead, but i didn't deadhead.Mimi
I saw the title and thought this post was going to be about how Grateful Dead fans grow marijuana ;)
I don't deadhead the late blooming Echinacea either. The visiting Goldfinches love 'em.
I wonder who???
They make nice pictures, though!
Just wait until the spring and summer when they are in full bloom for all to see. Was looking at your blog today and noticed a FB page, promptly added it. :)Have a wonderful day!!
Wow those things actually look evil! They're on the attack. For sure.
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