Shot weed keeps me gardening all year long
the first signs of the round little devils
coming up in January.
The Wall Flowers will reward me
when they start to bloom in February.
I planted them from seed along the side walk where
they get warmth and full sun. As they bloom
out cutting them back seems to help. The plants have
survived for three years and produce a lot of seed.
I find babies here and there so maybe the birds like them too.
This spring there are changes in color and stripes in some new plants.
Sunday, May 4, 2014
It is like coming home to my self when I get back to painting watercolors, especially seascapes and landscapes. Visiting a place I've enjoyed to recapture the pleasure of that day using sketches and photos.
Last Light at Ruby Beach was accepted to the Sequim Arts Show
Playing in the surf seems to be the favorite children.
As a painting it challenged me to get the glitter of the surf on the beach.
Posted by Carol Janda at Sunday, May 04, 2014