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Digging in the Gardens… Dividing Hosta Part One

Hosta Sweet Tater Pie with Astilbe

Hosta are easy to grow perennials for shaded areas. This post shows how I divide some mature clumps of various varieties.

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A Bit of Sunprint Play…

Summer sun and heat are really taking their toll on me this summer… The gardens keep calling my name, but I can only get a couple 15-20 minute sessions every couple of days working in them in my tick repelling,

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Back to the Gardens and a bit of Art

Trying to get back to posting a bit more regularly, here is a little update on the gardens…. and a tiny bit of art.  The start of the gardening season found me still feeling hit by a train most of

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May Lyme Awareness- My Story

My journey with Lyme and other tick born diseases that took more than 10 years to be diagnosed…

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And Back to Creating Little by Little…

It took a while after getting home from the quilt retreat to get back to a little creating and playing again…  It comes mostly in little bits of time, but I  am finding some of the old creativity slowly starting

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I love to create beautiful art with fabric, paint and thread; using flowers, gardens and my surroundings as inspiration. Painting and sunprinting fabric, Nature photography, Printing photos to fabric and more help me to bring my inspirations into my Art.

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