Another one of my favorite things “to do” when I visit friends in Northern California is getting a tour of Christine’s flower garden by Christine herself. We’ve been friends for nearly three decades, and despite not getting to see her very often, our friendship has continued to evolve and grow, just like her beautiful garden. I remember when long ago, she and her husband started this homestead. Every year when I return I am amazed at all the hard work they have, and continue to put into this special spot on this earth. During the “garden tour”, and it is a very big garden Christine shows me around, answers all my questions and we discuss trials and tribulations and triumphs that anyone with a garden experiences. This visit, unlike the one last year, happened during late spring. It was too early for some plants to be blooming, but I got to see spring blossoms that aren’t around in August and September instead. If you want to see her garden in August, check it out in this previous post of mine.
Blossoms of a pineapple guava tree
Tiny Kiwi fruit growing
Christine’s Flower Garden & Greenhouse
Have a wonderful weekend!