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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


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.