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Tag Archives: Viburnum
Shindo Viburnum: A Magnet for Fireflies
I have been growing Shindo Viburnums (Viburnum awabuki ‘Shindo’) for over fifteen years, in both of my North Carolina gardens, and this is the first year in either location that I have actually had flowers in bloom. I am delighted. … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, Nature Tagged bumblebee, firefly, J. C. Raulston, Japanese beetle, NC State Arboretum, Shindo viburnum, Viburnum, Viburnum awabuki 4 Comments
Snowflakes in April
One of the special plants that began blooming in my garden in early April was the Spring (some say Summer) Snowflake (Leucojum aestivum). I say it is special because it is without question a true family heirloom. My Aunt Martha gave me … Continue reading