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Tag Archives: Helen Johnstone
End of Month View: July 2015
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
Posted in End of the Month View, Gardening Tagged Berckmann's arborvitae, calibrachoa, clematis General Sikorski, coneflower, Coreopsis Creme Brulee, crape myrtle, dianthus, dipladenia, garden phlox, Helen Johnstone, hydrangea, Knock Out roses, lantana, marigold, Society garlic, Summer snowflake viburnum, trailing vince 6 Comments
End of Month View: November 30, 2014
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
Posted in End of the Month View, Gardening Tagged Asarum canadense, Blushing Bride hydrangea, camellia Debutante, Camellia japonica, Camellia japonica Governor Mouton, Carolina jessamine, End of the Month View, Euphorbia martini 'Ascot Rainbow', garden, Gelsimium sempervirens, Helen Johnstone, Nandina domestica Gulfstream, oak, Osage crape myrtle, pansies, San Diego, wild ginger 11 Comments