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This Year’s Success

I have been totally happy with the performance of the fibrous root and dragon wing begonias this year. They just may be what works for me. What more could you ask for other than lush foliage and plenty of blooms … Continue reading

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Trapped

A little hummingbird was seemingly trapped on the covered deck this morning. He kept trying to escape by flying upwards continually banging his head and wings into the ceiling. I left for a time giving him a chance to perhaps … Continue reading

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Late Season Bloomers

In the hottest part of the season after a summer shower, you may notice late season bloomers sprout. I was delighted to discover this attractive pink and white salvia/Salvia greggii ‘Coral Nymph’ had sprouted in one of my containers. I … Continue reading

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A Quiet Pool

in the garden with goldfish gliding to the surface can be so relaxing. All your cares seem to slip away and you find yourself in a dreamy, creative state of mind where new ideas are born. Our fish are not … Continue reading

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Moved

to Mother Nature’s Garden Evolution. Follow me.

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Lycoris squamigera

Bare stalks of Lycoris sqamigera are shooting up through the ferns with blossoms of pink with overcast blue. Foliage appears in January, dies back late spring, then blooms in the summer in my area Zone 6. There was prolific foliage … Continue reading

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Purple Coneflower

May your weeds be wildflowers.

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