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Tag Archives: hellebores
Not only are the hellebores back in full bloom in my garden, but yours truly is back to In a Vase on Monday after an extended absence. I beg the forgiveness of Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, the originator of … Continue reading
Here we are in mid February, and I am finally beginning to see the early signs of spring in our region of North Carolina. The colder than normal weather we have experienced has pushed these early events a month later … Continue reading
We have just returned from a grand weekend with my daughter and her family in South Carolina. What could beat a weekend with jazz, great food, a trip to the mountains (more about that later), and a visit to a … Continue reading
The Lenten roses are in full bloom finally and ready to join the candytuft in our vase this Monday. Please join Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, our host for this meme. See what she and others are sharing from their gardens … Continue reading
I know. I’m two days late. But we were in California for my nephew’s wedding on the 15th (it was a lovely event, of course), and I have to play catch up to join Carol at May Dreams Gardens for a review … Continue reading
It is exciting to see things stirring in the garden now. Ipheion, candytuft, and creeping phlox are putting out their first blossoms; ‘Tete-a-Tete’ dafodils are up, budded, and showing color. For this week’s In a Vase on Monday, I am delighted … Continue reading
It’s nice to be back in the blogosphere after a few days absence due to travel. It’s always good to sleep in ones own bed, and it is especially delightful to discover on our return that the hellebores are opening to give us something … Continue reading
I am becoming increasingly aware that this year my spirits are tied closely to the weather more so than I ever have experienced before. Why? Is it because I’m getting older and thinking more about life after gardening? Is this stage of … Continue reading