A colorful mix of California native flowers and our small but fruitful orchard.
Variegated Trailing Ceanothus
Dwarf Nectarine beside a Pride of Madeira
It’s a cold and rainy Saturday. I’m baking an apple pie and my captain is making yet another shelf for more seashells. Good times, y’all.
We don’t have snow on the ground, but some trees do lose their leaves and change color, like this fruit-bearing mulberry.
and more steps to the highest point of our yard planted in California natives-sages, buckwheat, sumac, and cactus.
A view to the east of Calavera with Mt. Laguna further in the distance.
Check out our lawn and house from the hill. It’s a work-in-progress.
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