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In the Dirt and Seeing Red

June 21, 2012

There  is a whole lot of processing going on here…

These plants are in the backyard of a plant enthusiast.  He is an avid gardener and has a lot of action going on. Flowers,cactus, succulents and unusual tropical trees.

This is our Geranium that has come  to life after getting a little beat up during our move. It survived a couple of snowfalls.  Today I did some transplanting. Getting my hands in the dirt whether planting or pulling weeds is relaxing after a long day of checking books in and out. I love the earthy smell of the potting soil as I prepare the pots for new plants.

And just in case you need a reminder that it’s

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  1. June 21, 2012 9:51 PM

    It is nice to get your hands in the dirt! And rewarding when something grows!

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  2. June 21, 2012 9:57 PM

    Lots of reds!
    And wonderful! Your geraniums survived! (geranium children….my Aunt Okie’s poem : ) )
    Singing along happily here to the youtube of….summertime!…(yesterday is was 95, but it’s COLD today in SF bay area…brrrrr…not like summertime!) And my husband just walked by and started singing too! 😀

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  3. June 22, 2012 4:12 AM

    Perfect song to go with these summer beauties.

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  4. June 22, 2012 4:27 AM

    I am so glad you got to get outside and play in the yard. It is so relaxing. Hope you have a great day and weekend! Take care.

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  5. June 22, 2012 7:46 AM

    Lovely red blooms. Oh we’ll be needing reminders off and on up here in the Pacific Northwest that it’s truly summer for sure. Happy Summer to you!

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  6. June 22, 2012 10:44 AM

    Cute post! Summer’s not quite here yet…in the Pacific Northwest. Still waiting…patiently.
    😦

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    • June 22, 2012 11:51 AM

      For us summer enters with a bang and then we complain quickly..lol! It probably sneaks in quietly in your part of the world.. Thank you!

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  7. June 25, 2012 5:15 AM

    I love living vicariously through your earthy adventures! I can imagine that gardening would be very relaxing and “grounding”, and intensely satisfying when you see the results of your hard work grow into a beautiful, healthy living thing.

    Cat

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