Raindrops on roses and aphids on broccoli…
Soaking up every last drop of our much needed storm.
Last week was one of those weeks; even bright-eyed bloggers get the blues.
I was awestruck by the beautiful fall selection at this week’s farmers market.
A quick fifteen minutes in the garden with my camera revealed the shift into the new season. Whoever said it doesn’t look like fall in California?
I have a hard time letting go of condiments in the back of my fridge, but I forced myself to go through them the other day, and I got creative with the old containers.
Our vacation to Hawaii was so wonderful, I wanted it to last forever. But how can I complain when I come home to a garden full of show-offs?
“Regardless of its size or complexity, the perfect floral arrangement is the one that makes you stop for an instant and smile with surprise and delight.” -Preston Bailey
Right now is the time to encourage your roses to bloom, all it takes is a trip to the drug store to get started.
Follow these tips and your roses won’t only feel the love, they will bloom to be the most beautiful roses on the block.