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In a Vase on Monday: Frost Free
The frost over the past few days has turned most of our flowers to a nice shade of brown. The winter pansies and violas are hanging on as expected, but I shall wait to use them in a Monday vase at … Continue reading
Last night the Charlotte Garden Club hosted its annual Holiday Decorations presentation. This year’s offering was led by Jeff Drum, Garden Curator at Historic Rosedale Plantation here in Charlotte. Jeff is well known to Charlotte gardeners for his many years on … Continue reading
Garden Bloggers Foliage Day: A First Attempt
I am delighted to accept the invitation from Christina to join gardeners for her suggested Garden Bloggers Foliage Day. This will be my first humble attempt to participate on the 22nd of the month. Here is a view of my side garden which has a southern exposure. Consequently, … Continue reading
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