Brought to you by lovely May showers.
My passion flower vine is finally blooming, and its even loviler than I would have expected. For those in my own religious tradition, Christianity, the Passion Flower is a potent symbol: In the 15th and 16th centuries, Spanish Christian missionaries adopted the unique physical structures of this plant, particularly the numbers of its various flower … Continue reading Passion Flowers
For those of us who Garden in the great land of Texas, this time of the year (mid-July and August) can be perhaps the most challenging. Rain is sparse, the heat is ever-present and there isn't really much of a respite. Thankfully, there are plants that are either native or that have been transplanted into … Continue reading Gardening in a Texas Summer