I am not an expert gardener by any means but I do love to experiment. plus there is something about digging around the backyard that is so "grounding". I took a little time thursday evening to take some notes about what worked this year and what didn't. without fail I know enough to plant marigolds every spring since they always seem to have such hearty staying power right through autumn. and, I love their earthy smell. I wish I knew the name of this fiery red plant below. I've enjoyed it all summer but I think it might have grown even bushier if I had planted it in the ground. I remember seeing it and loving it when I visited borgo argenina a few years back. of course I just had to bring it home when I discovered it at our local nursery.
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Priscilla's Sweet Face
Living the life on Long Island
Relaxing with Her Human
Thank you for identifying this flower Vicki & Christine H.
Lesser Celadine aka Ranunculus Ficaria
Long Island Daily Photo
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