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In a Vase on Monday:
Here we are again on Monday and time for In a Vase on Monday. This week the crape myrtles in my garden are beginning to open and becoming the stars of the garden. What better to include in a vase? … Continue reading
In a Vase on Monday: Today’s Special Garden Colors
In putting together today’s contribution to In a Vase on Monday I was faced with too many choices. There are wonderful things happening in my garden, the most striking of which are the opening crape myrtles (Lagerstroemia cvv) and the continuing flowering of … Continue reading
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A Tale of Two Pots
Some years ago I purchased a blue glazed pot for our Chapel Hill garden. I had no intention of putting plants in it; it was to be an architectural piece…a statement piece. I placed it in the front garden midst … Continue reading