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One of my Mother’s Day gifts was a walk through the nearby wildflower sanctuary with my husband. The sanctuary’s plants are protected by a tall metal fence that keeps the local deer from devouring the trillium, so it was a … Continue reading
I wish you all a New Year filled with delight. Come along with me into this brave new world of 2014. Who knows what flower-filled wonders await us beneath the snow?
Wishing you a Christmas that is warm and full of wonders.
Dealing with massive trees is a two-edged sword when it comes to creating an attractive garden bed. Huge trees like this 100-year-old Burr Oak in my side yard certainly give you something to build a garden bed around. They also … Continue reading
A stiff bustle of a flower. . . . . . the yellow dahlia’s clarion call can’t be ignored.
Because they are common and tough, hostas often are dismissed. That’s a shame. They’re wonderful workhorse plants that create a lush, long-lasting display, in part-sun or shade. Here are a few of the puckered-leaf variety from my garden, just to … Continue reading
This is the view out of my office window, today, APRIL 13. Please return my spring. No questions asked. Thank you, the Narcissus Committee for the return of sanity and normalcy.