Thursday, May 14, 2015


Spring may come late to Northern Wisconsin but is a treat once it arrives. The natural setting of Cottage Glen is home to many wildflowers and happy bulbs and flowering trees in homeowner's gardens.
Residents planted daffodils to welcome all.

Path through the woods in early spring. Lots of light.

Snowdrops....the first sign of spring


The Korean Dogwood....first tree to bloom with berries in fall

Magnificent Magnolia

Hellebore...the 'Lenten Rose' and an early bloomer

Tiny bulbs planted in fall, Anemones, also known as windflowers, spread happily

Another early crocus

Cheerful daffodils

Hepatica, a woodland plant popping up on edges of our woods

Spring blooming street tree

Trilliums thrive in Cottage Glen woods.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Signs of the Season Fall and Early Winter 2014

Early snow caught our pumpkins off guard!
Who's that driving the new truck?

Doug's vacation replacement!!

Lots of Packer Fans in Cottage Glen