Daffodils are popping up much too early.
Not all have been tricked by a warm January.
Clouds are gathering, here seen through the stick house that
Curly and I put up in 2004.
The joints of the stick house have stood fast through windstorms. The wood is weathered. I hope the part that is buried in the ground remains strong. It made me sad to think of Curly.
Deciduous magnolia 'Leonard Messell' has early
The cedar post that held my bottles for a bottle tree rotted off in the ground.
Two green bottles were broken. The rest I've gathered still with the wire
harnesses that held them in place.
I'm thinking they'd make a wall hanging for the tool shed gathered into a bunch like grapes by the wires that hold them. I think I know where there are 2 or 3 more of the blue Arizona tea bottles.
What do you think?
Secrets of a Seedscatterer