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I have been away from my blog for almost a week, and I missed Wordless Wednesday and GBFD. My apologies. My Arranger and I have just returned from a short vacation to Myrtle Beach, SC. October is a good time … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening Tagged annuals, bird feeders, Myrtle Beach 8 Comments
Two Weeks Without the Garden
My “flower arranger” and I have been away for several weeks, one with dear friends at Topsail Beach in North Carolina and one with our daughter and granddaughter in San Diego. (More about San Diego in future posts) My local … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening Tagged Anthony Waterer, Anthony Waterer spirea, Becky daisy, bird feeders, birds, clematis General Sikorski, coneflower, Encore azalea, General Sikorski, Knockout Rose, liriope, liriope muscarii variegata, mandevilla, mandevilla vine, North Carolina, Phlox Flame Lilac, phlox paniculata, San Diego, Topsail Beach 9 Comments
A Week for Wildlife
Last winter our garden was declared a Certified Wildlife Habitat, and this week’s interesting activities certainly added strong evidence for that declaration. This morning, while strolling through the garden with my morning cup of coffee, I chanced upon a Carolina wren … Continue reading
A Light Dusting
We had a light dusting of sleet and snow a few days ago. Certainly travel was dangerous the morning after, but we were spared the problems they had in Atlanta. You wouldn’t know it by the school closings and general … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged arbor, Berckmann's arborvitae, bird feeders, Confederate jasmine 2 Comments