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We have a gray day this morning, but still there is an opportunity to share something growing in our garden In a Vase on Monday. Camellia japonica ‘Governor Mouton’ is overflowing with blossoms in the garden now, but most of them … Continue reading
We have just returned from a grand weekend with my daughter and her family in South Carolina. What could beat a weekend with jazz, great food, a trip to the mountains (more about that later), and a visit to a … Continue reading
For this week’s In a Vase on Monday, hosted by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, we bid a fond farewell to the end of the tulips and camellias. Both tulip ‘Menton’ and camellia ‘Governor Mouton’ have appeared in previous vases … Continue reading
Today is the Ides of March and also the monthly Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, sponsored by Carol at May Dreams Garden. She invites her readers to share what is blooming in their gardens on the 15th of each month, and I’m glad … Continue reading
The Governor has arrived! There is happiness in our garden today. Camellia japonica ‘Governor Mouton’ is blooming and will take the spotlight in this week’s vase. He is supported by candytuft and a bit of Cleyera foliage. My Arranger selected the … Continue reading
Today is our four year Leap Day and it’s on a Monday, so it is time for In a Vase on Monday, hosted by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden. The larger vase spotlights unidentified hellebores, including the first yellow one to … Continue reading