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Today is Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, a meme created by Carol at May Dreams Gardens. It is a time to share what is blooming in our garden. Please take A Walk in the Garden to see some of the flowers that … Continue reading
Today is Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, sponsored by Carol at May Dreams Garden. Here in the dog days of Autumn the blooms in my garden are somewhat sparse. Nonetheless, I accept Carol’s invitation to show what is giving us a … Continue reading
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
Cathy, at WordsandHerbs, has encouraged her readers to present a review of their gardens for the past year, focusing on a quarter of the year each week up until Christmas. I am pleased to present this first offering. In putting this … Continue reading
This week, as my contribution to In a Vase on Monday, I would like to place a spotlight on the Montauk daisies (Nipponanthemum nipponicum) which are now blooming in my sunny side garden. These fall blooming daisies add a welcome bit of brilliant … Continue reading
I walked around my garden this morning looking for blossoms I could include in this week’s vase. The big swatch of lavender color is coming from three chaste trees (Vitex agnus-castus cvv.), the hydrangeas are covered, and several hostas are in … Continue reading