My compliments, Shauna. This is by far one of the most extraordinary garden blogs I've visited. And a wee bit different than most. Without any overstatements, I've thoroughly enjoyed all of your wonderful photography, thoughts and writing style, and for a second there, it felt like walking down the wood paths in your Fern kingdom. Thank you for joining Blotanical and showing all of us gardening souls the way to your lovely place. Respect!Greetings from the Mediterranean
Dandelions are wonderful little flowers and they are welcome in my garden. :)
I truly appreciate dandelions as early fodder for bees in spring and of course their medicinal value is huge, especially as a liver tonic. And how wonderfully folkie is dandelion wine? Children love this flower--how many mothers, aunts and grandmothers have received a cheerful bouquet of dandelions from earnest little ones! My son noted with excitement his first dandelion "fluff" this spring with a blow and a magical wish on a walk at dusk. If more than five dandelions appear in your garden, spring has officially arrived (an old wives tale)
I love my dandelions...and look at how beautiful they are up close! The bees love them as well.
Hello Viooltje,The thoughtful voice of your comments has been an incredible welcome to this wonderful world of garden bloggers. The warmth and inspiration of your blog is a tangible trip to the mediterranean via your garden. It is an uplifting walk that I enjoy regularly. Lucky are the little hedgehogs that grace your garden.Thank you Viooltje for gracing mine.-Shauna
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