Radial blurs and sepia tones are showing up among the flora in the Talking Plants Flickr pool.
TP Flickr Pix
Talking Plants Blog posts about TP Flickr Pix
Talking Plants has amassed an online gallery of gorgeous fall photographs and is sending out an all-comers welcome invitation to come see and share.
All manner of lovelies are showing up on our Flickr site right now. Bright orange lanterns, tight-fisted aquatics, check it out.
We've just had a query from DillyBean over at our discussion group about mystery plants and with a little help from our friends ove
Eileen Vennum sent in a pix of a mystery plant she and her husband have been seeing in spring along the roads of east Texas. Before reading any further, wanna hazard a guess?
One of the on-going discussion groups at the Talking Plant Flickr site has focused on that age-old gardening question, "What t
As summer marches on, our legions of Talking Plants Flickr Pix members continue to document moments in both their own and in other peoples' gardens. Most folks are enamoured with macro shots so we've
The problem with getting up really early is the number of times you have to listen to your local Morning Edition announcer carry on about the weather forecast. By repeatedly
In August 2007, a gender-unknown person by the name of Cy Savino uploaded a stunning close-up of a bee in multi-hued buds. Almost a year later, I now know her real name.
First and foremost, this breaking news...
The lead story this morning in the Talking Plants world (I didn't hear from you so what else could I lead with?) is Dirt Nerd's pea seedling. Isn't she sweet?
Ever so slowly here at TP, strangers are becoming regulars, and regulars are becoming friends. So as I continue dodging your most-asked question, What Would Eve Do?
A recent walk through the Talking Plants photo garden reveals that your eyes are keen and your imaginations fired. How I treasure you roving troubadours of spring.