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This week’s challenge from Nancy Merrill Photography is OPEN. One could talk about open doors, open minds, open air, Open golf tournaments, or open flowers. I have decided on two options. A wall in the Atlanta Botanic Garden is open … Continue reading
The gardening word for 2016 is inconsistent. It’s been too cold and it’s been too hot. It’s been too dry and then we get four and half inches of rain in a few hours. Critters have tested my patience. The … Continue reading
Today is Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day, a wonderful idea created by Carol at May Dreams Gardens who invites us to share what is blooming in our gardens once a month on the 15th. I am happy to share with her some of the … 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
I am pleased to join Helen at The Patient Gardener’s Weblog for the first time to offer an End of the Month View of my garden on October 31, 2014. The structure of my back garden could be described as formal…at least as … Continue reading
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