Linda Boley’s garden in Boulder, Colorado, is a treat for birds, people, and pollinators.
In general, I just don’t get rock gardens. They leave me baffled. Perhaps this is because I come from a region of deep soil but few rocks. (Or maybe it’s just jealousy – sour rocks?)
OK then, let’s visit another of the gardens included in the Toronto Garden Bloggers Fling. This one was located on a bluff near Lake Ontario, northeast of downtown.
Now seems like a good time to revisit the wonderful Toronto Garden Bloggers Fling, held in early June.
100 Flowers and How They Got Their Names will not make you a better gardener, but it should make you a more amused and informed gardener. And it may provide you with the material for some witty or scholarly remarks you could mention casually at next summer’s garden walks. Diana Wells provides brief, entertaining, and …