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Category Archives: Perennials
The blooming fuchsia pictures in this post are from my garden, July 2012. Enjoy! Our weather continues on wet and mild. Today we had a break from the rain, and the sun streamed in, so I took the … Continue reading
The flower garden is really at its summer peak right now, so I want to share with you what I saw as I did my morning garden walkabout today: This is the hanging basket that you see … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Hope you had a fantastic weekend. It was rainy here. (By now you’re not surprised by that coming from me.) Here’s a little local weather stat for you: I keep track of the high and low temperature … Continue reading
Hello everyone! We’ve been enjoying some delightful sunny weather, although today was grey and dreary. I spent most of it inside at the computer, but before the skies turned, I was able to snap a couple of shots of … Continue reading
Hi! In the last few weeks, we’ve been posting about some big projects that we have been working on around the garden. Things like rose trellises, turning firepits into focal points, cement tops and wine barrels for tables and a … Continue reading
After the flush of all the blooms in the garden at the end of May and beginning of June, things start to flag a little bit. This is when my daylilies start putting on a show. I love daylilies for … Continue reading
Here is something to think about: “Do what you can, with what you have, right where you are.” Theodore Roosevelt That statement has always spoken to me, to not make excuses but to make an effort to move in the … Continue reading
Sorry I haven’t been posting as much as I usually do–I took a spill down some cement stairs and did a number on my foot, so I’ve been out of commission for a while. However, I got out to the … Continue reading
I got my first columbine plants as pass-along plants from my mother’s garden when we first moved into our home. I’ve never purchased a columbine plant; I have several now, and many have undergone changes over the years, so that … Continue reading