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This week’s Vase on Monday features a pairing of single and double pink Encore Azaleas. The supporting cast are annual pentas and lantana. Please visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to see what she and others are sharing from their gardens … Continue reading
The muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris) is now in its blooming glory, so I thought it might be nice to try to capture its beauty in a vase this Monday. I know that the best way to see muhly grass is when … Continue reading
After a week of rain, the sun is out at least for a day. The forecast is for yet another extended period of wet weather. I took advantage of the warmth to take stock of the garden to see what … Continue reading
No surprise, things are changing rapidly in my spring garden. The woods at the back of my property are suddenly green, and I can barely see the homes on the other side anymore. All around our community, I see the changes; more … Continue reading
Here at the end of the year is the final chapter of A Garden Review of 2014. Thanks (and a very Happy New Year) to Cathy at WordsandHerbs for initiating this idea for sharing the key events/plants in our garden in quarterly reviews during … Continue reading
I walked around the north side of my house this morning and was surprised by the sight presented me in the foundation planting bed. Perhaps a better word would be unexpected. It is mid-October here in North Carolina, and most of my plants … Continue reading