My sister-in-law has a wonderful green thumb and her garden always looks so inviting. We stopped by her house yesterday to deliver some groceries and pick up some blackberries she had picked and saved for us. We are still being diligent about social distancing and protecting ourselves and the ones we love. We went into her house and all three of us had our face masks on and no hugs yet. That is the part that sucks the most!
Caladiums were everywhere with some Pentas, Violas and Dianthus mixed in. The Amaryllis had just finished blooming so we missed those, but you can still see the stalks behind the Caladiums in the photo on the left. The Caladiums stole the show and brought a smile to our faces as we mosied up the walkway. I love my in-laws so much and it was certainly great to see Kay. First time I had seen her since this pandemic lockdown began months ago.
Hope Kay’s Garden brings a smile to your face today!
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