We are excited about all the wildlife we have in the city and bought a bird feeder on Mother's Day to see if we can attract some finches and other birds. Within a few hours of hanging the feeder, we had our first visitors!
We'll leave these gardens to a new family and trust that they'll receive as much joy as we have from watching a prairie garden grow. The new owners have already given us permission to come back in the spring and take a few snips and starts from this Kansas Prairie Garden. We'll keep you posted as we are uprooted and transplanted. Hopefully we will keep blooming where God is planting us for this next leg of the wonderful journey that is life!
A beautiful fog hovered over the yard early this last morning in November. It quickly burned off as the sun came up, but it was quite a sight for a few minutes, especially with a full moon still high in the sky.
My friend Terry shared this pretty little Mexican Hen-and-Chicks plant with us. I planted it mid-November alongside our "American" Hen-and-Chicks and hope it does as well as they've done in this little corner of the entryway garden. They're protected from the cold north wind here, so maybe that's the secret?
It's November 9 and our warm days are coming to an end so we've started putting the flowerpots away and bringing anything inside that is still blooming.