A Trip To The Lower Gardens

Dortmund


Opening

Open


Fern spores

A guarding lion

A cooper plaque

Another lion

Brussel Sprouts

Cabbage

Rose


About to be celery soup

A devious frog

Dew on a hosta

Comments

Pricilla said…
Our brussels sprouts aren't doing all that well yet. We still have hope though!
Great pictures as usual! I have never and will never ever plant brussel sprouts :-) I just can´t stand them. Broccoli is however a totally different thing :-) I´m thinking of having that next year again.
Have a great day now!
Christer.
The Frog Queen said…
Ah, lovely pictures....and you know I just love the frog :D

Cheers!
Touchatou said…
Everything is so beautifully full of live... and full of your love for them.
Kisses and hugs for you, dear one.
Lucie
Autumnforest said…
Your blog is my favorite respite in the day. Today, it's 113 degrees and I went out to water my plants to keep them alive, but they're staring back at me like I put them in the oven. I can't wait until my veggie season starts in late September-May. You've inspired me to grow cabbage. I've never done that, actually, but I use it often so it seems silly not to. Like most people, I grow the things my family grew when I was growing up. I'm going to expand my horizons this season.
greekwitch said…
The frog is very handsome. Anyone tried to kiss it yet??
Blessings!
Ancel said…
Beautiful pictures: interesting how similar the cabbage and the rose look.