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Remontant: [ri-mon-tuhnt] adjective, blooming more than once in a season. I have been growing reblooming (i.e., remontant) perennials for over twenty-five years. First were daylilies, and then came roses, hydrangeas, azaleas, viburnum, and bearded iris. This week’s Vase on Monday … Continue reading
I remember a song from years ago that began with the words “Lavender Blue Dilly Dilly.” It made the rounds on the radio, and I never did understand the “dilly dilly” part. As I walked through my garden on this … Continue reading
There are several passions that drive my everyday life, and I am combining two of them today in this week’s In a Vase on Monday…gardening and tennis. The flowers are lavender asters, red zinnias, pink Encore azaleas, and white annual … 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
Once again it’s Monday, the first Monday in autumn, and time for In a Vase on Monday, hosted by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, I have been growing Cleyera japonica for over ten years and found it to be … Continue reading
For this week’s In a Vase on Monday, sponsored by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, I am highlighting a most puzzling azalea (at least in my experience). The light and dark azalea blossoms in this arrangement are from the … Continue reading