This year is so different that last year! We are starting to emerge from our little 'bubbles' and see and visit with friends and neighbors. We can see each others' smiles and give a few hugs. We are even starting to feel more comfortable attending events again!
Of course, there is always gardening to keep me busy at home, so let's start there.
I have several varieties of clematis blooming now.
The wild white yarrow has spread from last year. I'm thinking of moving some it to create a new bed. Hope it does as well there!
I'm experimenting with a new color of yarrow. I found this pink variety at the garden center. It should look nice with all of the pinks, purples and white in this bed.
(Please disregard the grass. LOL! The cabbages are in my asparagus bed. The asparagus is new so I don't want to disturb them too much.)
This was originally a family cemetery that now serves as the resting place of 29 veterans of nine wars. Several DAR members are also buried there.
It was a lovely service with a colorful color guard and bagpiper. The guest speaker shared poignant thoughts about things our veterans and their families deal with as they serve our country.