Discipline The early spring irises are past their peak and the last blooms are almost spent. The iris clumps that are over 4 years old are now huge and their rhizomes need separating. If they are not separated, they will lose vitality, grow weaker with each passing season and produce fewer blooms. Separating the iris …Read More about The BayLeag Blog: Discipline
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The iris are in bloom now and each has its own story. The Dutch yellows came with the house. Greta gave Dark Raven to Ellen, then Ellen gave it to me and now I give it to others. Slovak Prince survived the bad winter. I brought Immortality from Holland. I found Blue Batik growing on …Read More about The BayLeaf Blog: Telling Your Story
10 April 2017 So you want to be an entrepreneur? My forsythia is finishing up its peak bloom. I carefully tended it for almost ten years to get it to grow, finally thrive and eventually bloom out here in the high desert clay at 6600 feet above sea level. Everyone said forsythia couldn’t grow here. …Read More about The Bay Leaf Blog: So you want to become an entrepreneur?
Courage: Getting Started My apple trees are in bloom even though they surely know Easter snow is on its way. Is that courage? A jumper leaps out of an airplane at to catch ten seconds of exhilarating free fall. Is that courage? A mom rushes into a burning house to save her child. Is that …Read More about The BayLeaf Blog