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Moonflower

Pretty moonflower,
Tattered and chewed,
Still you glow sweetly,
Each night renewed.

Copyright 2014 Brenda Davis Harsham

Note: I called this flower a moonflower, not because it’s the moonflower morning glory, but because it’s a flower I found glowing at twilight, under the moon. 14 more words

Poetry

Summer Madness

As July nears it’s end, the garden explodes with color and work.

The Trial Fields at RHS Wisley - Late, large-flowering Clematis. A pretty piece but really no use whatsover!

Having seen this display in the Trial Fields at RHs Wisley, my immediate intent was to produce a useful guide to the plants on show, and document the shape, colour and profusion of the cultivars on trial. 189 more words

General Comment

Clematis a-bloomin'

I promised a blogger-friend that I’d post pictures of clematis in bloom.

But the gosh-darn rabbits ate almost every clematis right down to the ground last winter and spring, so I didn’t know what would come back and what was a goner. 199 more words

A Good Home

BamaBettie reblogged this on Georgetown Butterfly Garden and commented:

I'm thrilled that I just found Cynthia Reyes wonderful blog! Remodel construction has all but destroyed my butterfly gardens, but her wonderful pictures will help keep me motivated as I revive and replant my gardens.