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Tag Archives: Vitex agnus-castus
One of my favorite plants is the chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus). I happened to spy a group of them in full bloom on my way to tennis . I am happy to share these photos. Chaste tree is a magnet … Continue reading
For this week’s In a Vase on Monday, sponsored by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, I am highlighting a most puzzling azalea (at least in my experience). The light and dark azalea blossoms in this arrangement are from the … Continue reading
I look forward to June each year as a time when my chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus) comes into bloom. My unidentified heirloom variety is approaching full bloom. It seems to be a promising choice for In a Vase on Monday. … 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
This week’s vase features two plants that are rebloomers. It is so special to have bearded iris in bloom in November, so I hope you will enjoy ‘Clarence.’ Adding support are the last of the second flush of blooms of … Continue reading
We are just back from seeing my first granddaughter get married. It was special being with family and seeing the absolutely most beautiful bride of all (at least since my Arranger walked down the aisle). I returned to find my … Continue reading