Harbor Breakwater

A long walk down the jetty will reach the calm harbor waters in little time or you could simply setup a chair in the fine warm sand and wait for the returning tide to come to you…

Casablanca Lily

White lilies represent many things including purity, commitment, and rebirth and this makes for a powerful statement for ceremonies of joyous or sorrowful occasions. May these be a symbol of strength and support to those in mourning.

Inviting Treehouse

Somewhere in the hundred acre woods is the home of a wise owl – a rustic treehouse tucked between trees invites friends to visit if they happen to be in the neighborhood. Take delight in the views from the wrap around deck, or admire the flower boxes, or gaze into the several birdhouses, or just…

Mother Hen

Don’t let the gorgeous rusty plumage fool you, this mother hen is no defenseless beauty, she is always on guard for her chicklets, just try to break your gaze away from that piercing ever watchful eye!

Bearded Iris

If nature is not enough, then what is? A garden of tall bearded irises protect their magnificent royal heads with long stiff flattened blades around their stalks – no one dare enter, but the pollinators.

Spangled Fritillary

Small sparkling spots of dark brown, nearly black, upon lustrous yellow edged wings adorn this dazzling beauty, while the damaged upper tip adds a ruggedness to its otherwise fragile character.

Peaceful Respite

After a long day of Spring clean-up, a cool granite bench in the shade is a pleasant spot to recuperate by a little pond, or just up the garden path is a wooden bench if you prefer.

Gentle River

The flow of water through this bend in the Warner river fluctuates greatly throughout the year, but the sand bars and lush greenery several feet up the bank indicate the season has been somewhat dry.

Blue Bunnies

In a hunt for Easter eggs, these two slate blue cunicular rascals must surely know the secret places amongst the garden where the treasures might all be hidden – if only they left a trail of jelly beans to find them…

Argiope aurantia

If Charlotte’s Web had been based on this species of black and yellow garden spider, would it have been as endearing? This is the quintessence of creepy – long, sturdy black-tipped legs covered in cactus-like hairs; dull colored, lifeless and virtually faceless head; and broad abdomen with a bright menacing phantom emblem on its back.


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