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Tag Archives: Cleyera japonica
Once again it’s Monday, the first Monday in autumn, and time for In a Vase on Monday, hosted by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, I have been growing Cleyera japonica for over ten years and found it to be … Continue reading
June is one of the traditional times for weddings, and that means beautiful brides. In my garden it is time for a ‘Blushing Bride’ which is in its glory now. How fitting, then, to bring a few cuttings of this … Continue reading
It’s time for another In a Vase on Monday, hosted by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden. Several plants with lavender blue tones are featured in this week’s vase. Taking center stage is bearded iris ‘Clarence,’ supported by ‘Blushing Bride’ hydrangea and … 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 a double whammy! It’s In a Vase on Monday and it’s Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day. Therefore I feel compelled to offer a double feature…foliage in a vase. (Roll the mouse over the photos below for their identification.) The … Continue reading
Today is Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day, when Christina at My Hesperides Garden asks us to share views of foliage in our gardens. Her suggestion is a particularly good one at this time of year as my flowering plants are slowing … Continue reading