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Respect and appreciate nature, after all is surround us yet is ignored by the majority.

I N S T A G R A M @EmilyMohsie


Pansies - These are a must for fall, winter and spring garden. They are good for three seasons or until the extreme heat hits. - Great plant ~ Pansies are hardy annuals whose flowers have "faces." These plants offer colorful flowers for any season in your garden. They have one of the widest ranges of colors and are good for containers, borders, and ground covers.

Agapanthus. Likes full sun. propagate by division. Divide between spring and early summer, or in early autumn, after plants have finished flowering. Avoid splitting plants too often as this will reduce flowering. Too much shade, cold weather and lack of winter protection are also common reasons for agapanthus to fail to flower.

Treat your home or garden to topiary

Rosemary topiary....I like the variety Arp, good for wintering over. But this pot could be taken indoors for winter.

Lake Michigan sunset in Grand Haven, Michigan - I've seen this in person. Fabulous. Michigan | Grand Haven | Sun Set | Beach