This site is for people who like plants -- growers, enthusiasts, aesthetes, novices and professionals, those who appreciate wild things and those who appreciate the cultivated. I garden in Chelsea, and I've been visiting people's yards for 20+ years in the course of my work. My goal is to make this blog a community project, so if you share my interests, please consider becoming a participant and contributing content -- Guerin. Info: guerinw@gmail.com

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Big changes every day

New things popping up every minute, many of which I'd love to document and share but my Nikon D40 and I are not getting along. The colors are off, the depth of field is depth-less, definition is lost in the highlights, and as I type this I realize maybe I need to clean the lens and dust out the insides . .  or, as Mary suggests, read the manual.

So, of all the pictures I took this afternoon, I offer you only this single Fritillaria michailovskyi, a bulb which is propagated by the bazillions by the Dutch and which has persisted (in slowly declining numbers) in my garden for 15 years. Its aroma is the definition of 'foxy.'

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