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Change! Change is inevitable. And change has come to me and my Arranger…big time. Two days ago we closed on the sale of our home and garden. We will be moving in June to Windsor Run in Matthews, NC, a … Continue reading
For this week’s IAVOM we are sharing some of the flowers that you have seen recently but are still doing well in my garden. High winds and lots of (welcome) rain have played havoc with many plants, so we are … Continue reading
I took a walk in my garden today; it was a gorgeous, hot, sunny day. I would like to share with you three photographs of special spots that captured my eye…and my heart. The first is Itoh peony ‘Bartzella.’ Itoh … Continue reading
I missed In a Vase on Monday last week (I do hope that Cathy at Rambling in the Garden will forgive me); busyness gets the best of me sometime. However, I will try to make up this week by sharing two … Continue reading
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
Over the past week all my herbaceous peonies have come into bloom. Creating a Vase this week centered around one of my Arranger’s favorites was an easy decision. This peony was given to me almost twenty years ago by my … Continue reading