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Today is Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day, hosted by Christina at My Hesperides Garden. This gives me a chance to share some photos of the changing colors of the foliage in my garden. Donna at Garden Walk Garden Talk recently asked me where all … Continue reading
Yesterday was Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, sponsored by Carol at May Dreams Gardens. I hope all will forgive me for overlooking two of the most beautiful blooms in my garden. Better late than…. The white kousa dogwood (Cornus kousa) is covered … Continue reading
Once again we find ourselves on Monday, time to join Cathy at Rambling in the Garden in selecting things in our gardens to show In a Vase on Monday. With almost no flowering material available in the garden still, I proposed to my Arranger that we try … Continue reading
Here at the end of the year is the final chapter of A Garden Review of 2014. Thanks (and a very Happy New Year) to Cathy at WordsandHerbs for initiating this idea for sharing the key events/plants in our garden in quarterly reviews during … Continue reading
Cathy, at WordsandHerbs, has encouraged her readers to present a review of their gardens for the past year, focusing on a quarter of the year each week up until Christmas. I am pleased to present this first offering. In putting this … Continue reading
The woods at the back of our property have changed dramatically over the past week. Could the first frost a week ago have provided the impetus that the leaves apparently needed to change? The colors are certainly not unexpected, but nonetheless it … Continue reading