June is here

It is just so beautiful outside. When I start taking photos, it’s hard to stop.

Path to the garden from the house
Progress on my green weaving
Around the bird feeder, chives blooming and overabundant oregano growing outside its boundaries. The oregano will bloom soon and the bees love it. The chive flowers attracted a hummingbird.
A messy garden. Plants growing happily outside the border. This big one is goldenrod.
Iris buds. Making a practice if noticing flower forms before (and after) their peak.

10 Responses

  1. Marti says:

    Your green weaving just weaves itself right into your garden, what a lovely place. When chives and oregano flower, I love to make bouquets, with many flowers and the herb flowers, I call them my pizza bouquets cause I even add a few tomato leaves to the mix.

    • Catherine says:

      I will keep the pizza bouquet idea in mind! It’s special to bring some flowers in the house.

  2. thank you for the gift of these photographs…they are poetry

  3. Liz A says:

    the greens are so varied and full of promise … love how your weaving looks right at home

    • Catherine says:

      It does look at home, doesn’t it! I realized I’ve collected a lot of green yarns & thread and I really wanted to weave them together.

  4. jude says:

    beautiful, hoping the rain stops here soon

    • Catherine says:

      We have a rainy day here & there, but mostly sunshine lately. It’s cool here though, which I appreciate.

  5. Nancy says:

    Gosh the green is so lovely!!

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