I wanted to share some floral joy with you. We are expecting snow, supposedly this is going to be a doozy of a storm. The accumulated snowpack will be welcome at the higher elevations and the fresh snow for the ski resorts is a boon for business so it is not really a bad thing.
I have plenty of indoor chores that need doing and as long as I keep power and my woodstove going I should be just fine.
This is my Pams Choice Foxglove, grown from seed
I may even spend a day in my greenhouse getting seeds started. The hardier flowers will germinate just fine with a little bottom heat and the grow lights, even though the temp in the greenhouse is not that warm.
Heavenly Blue Morning Glory
My Sweet Pea
(I only grow the annual type, the perennial sweet pea is an invasive pest around these parts and I visciously yank it out when it tries to grow in my yard)
Prince Edward Iris
(or was it Prince George, hmmm need to look that up)
One day I will share all my iris with you. I have quite the collection. I love flowers that propagate themselves and iris' flourish here.
One day soon I will share a trip thru a garden in McCall, Idaho called Charlie's Garden. I enjoyed my tour last August and since I found no photos online about it I figured mine would have to do.
Until we meet again.
I thought I would join a different type party this time around
Tracys Trinkets and Treasures boekh party