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My hellebores are still in a colorful but as yet unopened state, and the pansies and violas have not recovered from the shearing I had to do to prepare them for another round of blooms. And I have already shown … Continue reading
It’s time for the first Vase on the first Monday of 2016. I don’t have a lot of choices in this week’s version of my garden, but one thing that is blooming freely throughout and in my neighborhood is the … Continue reading
We’re having a heat wave (wouldn’t that be a great title for a song?). A week of balmy weather. Yesterday in the low 70’s. Lunch on the screened porch. A short-sleevy afternoon. Is this really mid December? The Carolina jessamin (Gelsemium sempervirens) is thoroughly … Continue reading
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
Today, of course, is Monday and time for a vase offering of what is flowering around our house. We had a good hard frost last night and most of the blossoms in the garden were damaged. My Arranger suggested that we present her … Continue reading
When I went for A Walk in the Garden this morning, I witnessed the results of an overnight frost. Many of the flowers that were blooming yesterday are now mushy and turning brown. That left me with limited options for this … Continue reading