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A cool Labor Day (lazy day) morning to search out a bit of color for a vase this Monday. I am glad to feel the first touches of autumn and happy to see a host of Encore azaleas coming into … Continue reading
It is cooler here this Monday in mid-September and a delight to stroll around the garden looking for items to include in this Monday’s vase. The Encore azaleas are blooming now and will be featured. Surrounding the azaleas are a … Continue reading
I recently took A Walk in the Garden and noticed several welcome changes…and a few surprises. Let me share a few. Clematis ‘Comptesse de Bouchard’ has taken quite a beating over the summer with the scorching full sun that bears down … Continue reading
Today is Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day, sponsored by Christina at My Hesperides Garden. I have chosen to focus this month’s offering on just a few of the plants that are showing emerging foliage as they awaken to spring. I like to keep a … Continue reading
Today is Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day, when Christina at My Hesperides Garden asks us to share views of foliage in our gardens. Her suggestion is a particularly good one at this time of year as my flowering plants are slowing … Continue reading
Today is Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day, sponsored by Christina at My Hesperides Garden. The arrival of fall is accompanied by a number of subtle changes in the garden. Peonies are beginning to go dormant and the edges of their foliage is browning. That … Continue reading