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Well, it’s Monday morning, cold and dreary, and my Carolina Panthers football team lost the Super Bowl last night. Congratulations for a game well played by the Denver Broncos. Monday is also time for In a Vase on Monday, so it’s … Continue reading
Today is Monday; they said it would rain…and it is, so I jumped ahead yesterday to grab what few flowers are available from my garden to include In a Vase on Monday. Because all of these are rather small, it seemed … Continue reading
This week’s Vase is filled with some of the last peonies and a few of the earliest blooms on the ‘Anthony Waterer’ spirea. It is truly a time of transition in my garden, as I start to look for late spring/summer and … Continue reading
For this week’s In a Vase on Monday, I must rely on some of the flowers you have seen before. These, however, are among the things that are blooming right now and are the obvious choices. As more plants grow and begin to flower, … Continue reading
It seems like months that I have been waiting for the Camellia japonica ‘Governor Mouton’ to open. Buds have looked like they were ready to pop for weeks, but the cold weather we have experienced just shut them down, that … Continue reading
Many of the blooms that have appeared in my recent postings for In a Vase on Monday are still the ones that are predominate in my mid October garden. The flower colors in the garden now are primarily pink and white, with an occasional … Continue reading
This week, as my contribution to In a Vase on Monday, I would like to place a spotlight on the Montauk daisies (Nipponanthemum nipponicum) which are now blooming in my sunny side garden. These fall blooming daisies add a welcome bit of brilliant … Continue reading