Here in the Pacific Northwest, cherry trees are everywhere... And this time of year, there are thousands and thousands of cherries on each tree.
If you have friends with gardens, chances are that you also have friends with chickens ... or you may have them yourself! Show them off on this website!
Share with other gardeners, and maintain photo galleries to share with your friends. Learn from others in habitat zones similar to your own.
As anyone who raises chickens will tell you, no watched pot takes longer to boil than one watched while waiting for young pullets to lay their first egg! Generally, chickens come into lay at about 20 weeks.
Here is a current view of our back yard Paradise! The deer, rabbits and squirrels love it, as do we and our occasional visitors. :)
New growth on sword ferns, am I paranoid, or, is it looking at me?
Nope, just new growth on a sword fern.
Found these hiking boots at a thrift store, finally decided to put them to good use!
These are my favorite of all bushes in our gardens .... the Snowflake Viburnums. They seem to love our Pacific Northwest climate, growing fast and thick to a height of about eight feet.
After two devastating winter losses, here we go again ...
My wife took this photo yesterday ... Beautiful pink flowers in front of a bed of golden oregano ... just had to share! Everything is in full bloom and our yard looks like ... well, Paradise. :)
While walking through the gardens with my wife this morning, this caught my eye ... a water droplet held in place on a Lupine flower.