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A fantastically enhanced picture of the planet Jupiter displaying a swirling cloud layer of ammonia crystals It’s Spring and I’m again on Bainbridge Island to renew work on the Halls Hill Labyrinth.  Final fall I accomplished 6 of the 11 circuits.  I began with the outer rings, they usually make

A marvelous skull shaped rock covered in paprika and grey colored lichens on the banks for the Bucklerburn River I’ve been working with stone for over 30 years, and I have to admit it is something of a love affair that I’ll never tire of.  I’m just beginning to work

The Sidewalk Border was the second border that I added to the garden. We moved into our house in July, 2003. Next day I went to work on the Driveway Border. The following spring I started digging up turf along the sidewalk for the Sidewalk Border. This border has fairly

The ornamental Feather Reed Grass ‘Karl Foerster’ (Calamagrostis x acutifolia) is pretty well known, but what about the plant breeder and garden designer Karl Foerster, for whom the grass was named? March 9th just happens to be Karl Foerster’s birthday, so perhaps a little attention is called for. Though he

There are not that many options for blossoms in spring, however following having a dark winter those hardy little bloomers never feel dull to me.   Above is a set of ‘Ruby Giant’ crocus.   The comparison between the orange stamens, silvery purple indoors, and magenta-violet outdoors is actually wonderful if you