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Wordless Wednesday: Frosty Muhly

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In a Vase on Monday: Spotlight on Muhly

The muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris) is now in its blooming glory, so I thought it might be nice to try to capture its beauty in a vase this Monday. I know that the best way to see muhly grass is when … Continue reading

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day: December 15, 2015

Today is Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens. This month’s offering comes at a time of transition in my garden. Surprisingly, an annual geranium (could it have a better name than ‘Fantasia Shocking Pink’) survived our frosty … Continue reading

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In a Vase on Monday: Mid-October

Hooray, ’tis Monday and time for our weekly vase offering. After tons of rain and cooler weather, my grass is growing like topsy. The azaleas are starting to bloom, a few iris are budding, camellias are loaded with buds just … Continue reading

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Sleet and Freezing Rain

The weather system that came through last night left us white with a combination of sleet and freezing rain. We don’t have it nearly so bad as our friends up north, but there are reported power outages (not in our … Continue reading

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One Year and Counting: 1/28/2015

Today marks the first anniversary of A Walk in the Garden. I started this blog one year ago today at the encouragement of my dear friend  Stepheny Houghtlin, a fellow gardener, grandparent, and writer. Her blog was the inspiration that got … Continue reading

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Muhly Revisited

Several months ago I offered a post about pink Muhly Grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris), which is one of my favorite grasses for this area. It is a native, so our climate is ideal for its growth. In October it was at its glorious … Continue reading

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