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Tag Archives: Variegated liriope
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 is Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day when we are invited by Christina at Creating my own Garden of the Hesperides to share photos of the foliage in our gardens. A quick stroll through a thankfully wet garden (a small bit of rain … 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
My enduring pink phlox and ‘Endless Summer’ hydrangeas are coming back with a second flush of blooms. It seems right to end August with these stalwarts for In a Vase on Monday. The supporting cast includes sprigs of variegated … Continue reading
Taking my Monday Walk in the Garden I found that the variegated liriope is starting to bloom. I also spied a single dwarf gardenia, perhaps the last of the season. What better to make a simple vase this day. The duck … Continue reading
Today is Garden Bloggers Foliage Day, hosted by Christina at My Hesperides Garden. Rather than do a complete review of the foliage in my garden this month, I will offer only a few vignettes of areas in the garden dedicated to … Continue reading