Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
SOooo pretty.Now i am even more anxious for spring to arrive.
Careful: you might have lots of bloggers swarming to your garden for a world wide blogger picnic! :-)
Nice! (I liked the comment above about us swarming to your place...)
You have such gorgeous flowers in your garden! Love the mosaic..
You are so mean---showing us pretty flowers not even out--yet.Pasque flower is one of my favorites as are Trilliums--Oh I could go on.You have a lovely garden. MB
What a nice surprise to see all your flowers as I sit here considering whether I should go out to shovel snow again!
Such beautiful spring, summer flowers! Your great collage could be sold as a poster! It's snowing again down here....
A very colorful montage here.
What lovelies...I can't wait until I can see flowers like those around here :)
Your flowers are lovely! When I went home for lunch, I saw some tiny purple flowers poking up through the grass. Can't wait for more!
I learned a new word today as well as getting to enjoy a beautiful collage. Your garden must be beautiful.
That is especially important in the arid west although it hardly seems arid this year.
Hi again!So pretty!LOLA:)Btw Alphabe-Thursday
Compared to what we are seeing outside our windows today, your flowers are so wonderful and give me hope!Drop by to check out the difference!
what a great x word. . .I didn't know that was the name of that kind of gardening.Beautiful pictures
A beautiful collage.
How beautiful..makes me so long for spring and the beautiful mountain wildflowers!
I think you have a wonderful garden! So many colorful flowers from Spring to Autumn! :) Looking forward to see them poping up now, I guess..! :)
Xero-gardening is practically a necessity here in the desert!
What a great word! I have never heard it before. Your flowers are wonderful!
I have a few of these in my own flower garden. Great collage.
What a great idea. I've never heard of this, but it sounds very interesting. Your garden is certainly beautiful!Teresa
I have heard water called The Next Oil, because in many places we are running out of easily available water and will have to start rationing it better.
Yes...water saving! XeroGardening is something we practice here in West Texas. Beautiful flowers...they got all the water they needed! I hope my tomatoes do well on XeroGardening...if they need more we are hoping for SOME rain! Great X word!
Native plants, native plants, native plants. They've survived a long time without extra watering!
Wish my garden looked as good as yours
I so wish it was summer now!!!Gill
Well, I'm impressed! Kudos to you for the environmental concern and for your ability to grow such gorgeous plants!
Me again! Re your confusion about the light and the brick. No, it's not upside down. That's the trouble when I try to get artsy. Nobody understands the photo. Mea culpa! But I shall not give up. Artsy is my right!!! Right?Have a great day! And a great weekend. We're heading south so will be out of pocket for a few days...
I was reading an article a few weeks ago on this method of gardening...why I didn't think of this for an X word is beyond me.This was a lovely mosaic of flowers. My garden is overflowing with flowers now. The batchelor buttons and sweet peas are especially lovely this year.Thanks for an X-cellent link to Alphabe-Thursday's letter X!A+
Now that's the kind of garden I need!
Oh I love Xerogardening. We are working on that down here.
Great X post.
interesting ... I just learned something new!!!
I learned a new word. Very interesting.Your garden flower shots and butterfly are lovely.
It's strange that the sound for X can be Z . why don't they just spell it like zerogardening lol Anyway I don't know what that is unfortunately . I've never had a garden :(
As odd as it sounds, after all the rain we have every winter, in summer we need to practice xerogardening here.
How interesting! I never even knew a word like that existed :) Thanks for the lovely images of spring. Still waiting for the cold to go away and spring to start!
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