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I have been absent from the blogosphere for several weeks due to moving and getting settled in our new retirement apartment. My “garden” now consists of half a dozen pots with annuals on our screen porch. I do, however, have … 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
All eyes in this part of North Carolina are on hurricane Irma. Our hearts and prayers go out to the people in the Caribbean and Florida who have suffered so much. Irma is moving away from our area, but we … Continue reading
Today is Memorial Day in the US, a day in which I give special thanks to family members and shipmates who gave their lives for the freedoms with which we are blessed. I have selected red, white and blue flowers … Continue reading
It is a pleasure to present this week’s offering for In a Vase on Monday to mark the beginning of September. “My Arranger,” who once again put this arrangement together for me, suggested that I take the photographs on our screened porch to … Continue reading
I walked around my garden this morning looking for blossoms I could include in this week’s vase. The big swatch of lavender color is coming from three chaste trees (Vitex agnus-castus cvv.), the hydrangeas are covered, and several hostas are in … Continue reading