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I woke up to a cool morning, hot coffee on the porch with the paper, and a feeling that fall is coming to North Carolina. I know there are still a few more weeks until fall officially arrives, but I … Continue reading
Today was a lovely day in the garden. I completed some trimming and deadheading chores and then strolled around the garden. New colors are making their presence felt. Let me share just a few of them. These are all members … Continue reading
A late Monday afternoon after nice rain over the weekend, just in time for In a Vase on Monday. My Arranger calls this creation”A Little Bit of This and That.” The “that” part is from Hydrangea ‘Endless Summer’ that has … Continue reading
We are happy to share another vase with flowers from our garden for this week’s In A Vase on Monday. My Arranger suggested that we call this arrangement “a posy.” What could be better? The arrangement consists of Encore azaleas, … 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
First thing this morning my Arranger called me to come quickly to see what was in the garden. I had to take the picture through the screen (forgive the lines). She looked at me…brazenly… for a minute or so and then nonchalantly … Continue reading
Today is the last day of the month, time for the End of the Month View, suggested by Helen Johnstone at The Patient Gardener’s Weblog. Rather than show wide vistas of a garden that is suffering somewhat from lack of … Continue reading