morning gardens


Over the years, we planted daffodils, white and purple lilacs (a combination often seen along the small roads), forsythia, and a burning bush.  A wild rose bush was planted by previous owners.  Karl pruned the bushes and we are seeing new growth.  The cedar fence he built for me, when I was going through a difficult time and needed some privacy, can be better seen now.  Neighbors love the fence too.


I’ve transplanted primroses and daylilies from one area to another, as they outgrew where they were. This has worked well.


Ellen Grace Olinger
April 23, 2016

4 thoughts on “morning gardens

  1. Ellen Grace, I thoroughly enjoy your expressions of God’s peace and beauty of your postings. Thanks for your continued interest in Kamakura Mirror Micropoetry. I started a new blog, American Lake, at and have finally started posting at it. Please peek at “my blog statement “about.”

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