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Tag Archives: Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina jessamine
A Garden Mini-Tragedy
Among the first plants I put in our new garden in the spring of 2006 were native climbing vines Carolina jessamin (Gelsemium sempervirens). In no time the two vines were up and covering an arbor as one of the main focal points of … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening Tagged Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina jessamine, winter damage 17 Comments
The Clash of Two Mighty Memes
What is a hapless blogger to do when two very inviting memes occur on the same day? Today is Garden Bloggers Foliage Day, sponsored by Christina at Creating my own garden of the Hesperides, but it is also In a Vase on Monday, … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, GBBD, GBFD, In a Vase on Monday Tagged Acer palmatum dissectum, Ajuga reptans Mahogany, Aucuba japonica 'Mr. Goldstrike', Berckman's arborvitae, boxwood, Carolina jessamin, Encore azalea 'Autumn Lily', Ever Red Japanese maple, foliage color, Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina jessamine, Hosta 'Empress Wu', Hosta Captain Kirk, hosta Patriot, Iris sibirica Caesar's Brother, Japanese cleyera, Japanese maple, Royal Purple barberry, Siberian iris, Variegated liriope, Weigela florida Wine and Roses 10 Comments
It is a pleasure to make the first report of the new year for Garden Bloggers Foliage Day, a monthly review focusing on our garden’s foliage, created and hosted by Christina at Creating my own garden of the Hesperides. The weather has turned in our … Continue reading