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Nancy’s Merrill’s photo challenge subject for this week is “All About the Scenery.” One of the most beautiful places I have visited was Linda Hostetler’s garden in The Plains, VA. These photos were taken in 2004 during a Garden Club … Continue reading
Helen at The Patient Gardener has invited us to present a review of our gardens at the end of each month. We are finally getting over the intense heat and lack of water we experienced over the summer, and things seem to be coming … Continue reading
Today is Monday, the 22nd of December, and I find myself in a blogger’s conundrum. Cathy at Rambling in the Garden has invited me to participate each week in In a Vase on Monday, and Christina at Garden of the Hesperides has … Continue reading
My thanks to Helen Johnstone for her invitation to share what is happening in our gardens at the end of each month. I just returned from a Thanksgiving visit with my daughter and her family in San Diego. What should I … Continue reading
For the past week we have been joining the rest of the country in unseasonably cold weather. Our garden had a welcomed one inch of rain, but it was sandwiched between two days on either side of the rain with freezing … Continue reading
I am pleased to join Helen at The Patient Gardener’s Weblog for the first time to offer an End of the Month View of my garden on October 31, 2014. The structure of my back garden could be described as formal…at least as … Continue reading