Watering on a warm morning

Lettuce

Floradora went to the garden early in the morning to water the seedlings…

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Cosmos

…The cosmos are getting their secondary leaves!

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Garden

Now the soil is soaked so if the day ends up warm the plants won’t be thirsty…

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Iris

…the human watered the Iris patch.

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8 thoughts on “Watering on a warm morning

    • Thank you very much – it was a lovely morning! So often we have a chilly wind blowing off the sea – it cools things down and also dries them out, so Floradora and I are out there watering almost every day!

  1. Dear Hitty Lady, I should say this, maybe not first time, this is an amazing creative post, first of all your photographs are so beautiful. There is a real photographical eye behind the camera. And sure stories, and art that you created on these pages… Although it may seem like a fairy tale, far from life, it actually comes from within our lives(s)… that we forget and miss… there is a heart full of beauty and goodness is here with us in this virtual state. Thank you, Blessing and Happiness, to you and to your family. Love, nia

    • Thank you so much, Nia, I know am very lucky to live in a beautiful and safe part of Canada. At this time of year I can see a story and a beam of light – grab my camera and a doll, and the stories just flow…I think I am lucky for that too. Friends like you help me to keep positive, so thanks to you for the love and encouragement!

    • This is the time of year we love so much, the light is so beautiful and it makes the daily doings easy to accomplish – the rewards are so pretty, and so satisfying.

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