Soon to be olive oil
I know I sound crazy in saying, this but I want chickens:) This woman in Kansas is rasing and breeding chickens with Oilve colored eggs (the ones on the bottom right) as well as brown and blue.
dandelion close-up - have children find and sketch 5 things outside that are interesting under the magnifying glass. Choose one of the five to turn into an art project.
Original signed photo; the birth of a fern, captured as it uncoils and becomes a grown up fern. Taken at Hendricks Park in Eugene, Oregon. TITLE: Birth Of A Fern SIZE: 8x12
Every morning was a cheerful invitation to make my life of equal simplicity, and I may say innocence, with nature herself. ~Henry David Thoreau
'Pussy willow' is a name given to many of the smaller species of the genus Salix (willows and sallows) when their furry catkins are young in early spring.
WINTER - Snowdrop by Ettruck Sonntag early blooming flower with snow - probably won't get it this year unless it snows in the next couple of weeks.
Green and yellow, half-half by shinichiro*, via Flickr
Twig cage can protect young plants from being munched on by rabbits, chickens or other critters
Green, purple, gray: Euphorbia characias 'Dwarf' (backmost), Eupatorium sordidum (purple), Cotyledon orbiculata (gray).
Leaf in Rain By alan_sailer☆
This looks closer to a poppy than a peony. Papaver 'Black Peony'...got this one, can't wait to see it in flower...
I love these kinds of gardens too, its not as clean cut as some other sorts of gardens, but these ones have such a home-like feel to it