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In a Vase on Monday: Just Floating Along
Today is Monday; they said it would rain…and it is, so I jumped ahead yesterday to grab what few flowers are available from my garden to include In a Vase on Monday. Because all of these are rather small, it seemed … Continue reading
Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day: October 2015
Today is Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day for October, with thanks to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for creating this meme. The crape myrtles are finished, but there are buds galore on the camellias, which should be plentiful for next month’s offering. There is … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, GBBD Tagged bearded iris Sunny Disposition, calibrachoa, Carol, Clematis Comptesse de Bouchard, clematis General Sikorski, Encore azalea 'Autumn Twist', French marigold, geranium, Graffiti Violet penta, Hibiscus, hydrangea, Kordessa Dahlia, Leucanthemum Freak, mandevilla, May Dreams Gardens, Muhlenbergia capillaris, pink Knockout Rose, pink Muhly Grass, Radicans gardenia 13 Comments
End of Month View: July 2015
Today is the last day of the month, time for the End of the Month View, suggested by Helen Johnstone at The Patient Gardener’s Weblog. Rather than show wide vistas of a garden that is suffering somewhat from lack of … Continue reading
Posted in End of the Month View, Gardening Tagged Berckmann's arborvitae, calibrachoa, clematis General Sikorski, coneflower, Coreopsis Creme Brulee, crape myrtle, dianthus, dipladenia, garden phlox, Helen Johnstone, hydrangea, Knock Out roses, lantana, marigold, Society garlic, Summer snowflake viburnum, trailing vince 6 Comments