Posts Tagged ‘mother nature’
“A Garden For Daily Living” – An Inspiring and Clever Poem to Help You Through This Challenging Time
Nature and Nurture My Blue Brain is happily watching the nature’s beautifully peaceful snow-fall. I know the moisture will nurture our gardens, flowers, bushes, and trees to keep them healthy for their springtime transition and change. New Beginnings As our new year and our new United States presidential administration begins, I thought about what each…Read more
Spring Cleaning in the Garden Teaches Life Lessons!
Mother Nature teaches us valuable life lessons each spring. Living in the Chicagoland area offers me the beauty, bounties, and benefits of the autumn, winter, spring, and summer seasons. After a snowy and cold winter, I am always eager for spring cleaning in my gardens. Below are my Brain Color Life Lessons that my garden…Read more
When life is challenging, should you remain where you were originally planted or move and be transplanted?
Last year my Blue Gardner’s Brain transplanted over 100 iris bulbs. I had decided to remove the garden in which they were planted. My Green Brain was exhausted from trying different remedies to keep the deer from eating the other perennial flowers in the garden, even the ones that were supposedly, “Deer Resistant.” The trees…Read more
Mother Nature’s Gift of Change – A Pair of Pears
This morning, I returned from a meeting and was greeted by our lovely chanticleer (pyrus caleryana) pear trees in one of our perennial gardens. Jordan and I planted both trees 4 1/2 years ago. One to celebrate our 40th anniversary and the other to celebrate our granddaughter Yasmin’s birth. In fact, the burlap that was wrapped around the ball of roots of one of…Read more