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Category Archives: End of the Month View
I have a garden…well, almost. My Arranger and I have completed our move from our home and garden to a lovely retirement community here in the Charlotte area. It was challenging, to say the least, to leave a garden into … Continue reading
A pleasant Walk in the Garden this day let me see a number of flowering plants to share on this End of Month Review. This is our first fall camellia, ‘Our Linda.’ Clematis ‘Ramona’ is strutting its fall stuff. Many … Continue reading
This seems to be crape myrtle time in my garden. I have ten of them in this small space, and they are providing wonderful color just now. Most of the crape myrtles are shedding their bark at this time of … Continue reading
Friday on a cloudy day is a good one to shoot a few photos of colorful items I noticed when I made a Walk in the Garden at the end of the month. Let me invite you to look through … Continue reading
The weather is cooler, the sky is cloudy, and we are waiting to see what hurricane Matthew is going to do to us. I hope it brings a good bit of rain and leaves all that wind out in the Atlantic. I … Continue reading
I took a quick look at my back garden this evening just before sharing a nice meal on our screen porch with my Arranger. Thanks to Helen at Patient Gardener for hosting this meme in which we share views of our gardens on … Continue reading
After a week of rain, the sun is out at least for a day. The forecast is for yet another extended period of wet weather. I took advantage of the warmth to take stock of the garden to see what … Continue reading