152 visitors in Papi Joe’s Garden!

Sat. June 15th and Sun. June 16th were open garden days in Papi Joe’s garden. The visitors were comprised of the “usual suspects”, anxious to spot the new plants in an already visited garden, and many newcomers too. About 70 plant plugs which were no longer needed in the garden were given away, duly labelled…

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A stressed gardener

There is much talk of the pleasure of visiting gardens, but no mention of the “stress” of the gardener who opens his garden to visitors. A week before the operation “Welcome to my garden in Brittany”, which he takes part in, papi Jo scrutinizes each massif, each plant of the garden, each blade of the…

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Blood moon

Although I am still skeptical re the power of the moon on growing plants , its power of attraction did drag me out of my bed early this morning just in time to take this photo of a super “blood moon”. Exposure 1/6 sec. at f/5.6. Focal length 300 mm. ISO Speed Rating 4000 ISO.…

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