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Macro Monday #51

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A herbaceous perennial from South Africa that will form thick clumps of evergreen, iris-like sword-shaped leaves year round, which stand upright to 1.5 meters. 50 more words



by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our beloved son

Alazanto was Kevin Davis, our son


A Geranium by any other name...

by OCMGA Master Gardener Vicki Schilleman

When you hear ‘geranium’, I’m guessing you picture the beautiful annuals that are so beloved by northern gardeners. While I, too, love those gorgeous full heads of color all summer long, there is another geranium that I love as much: the ‘hardy geranium’. 406 more words

Wisconsin Gardening

Should There Be Blue Chrysanthemums?

According to a recent article in the New York Times, Japanese scientists have developed a blue Chrysanthemum through splicing in genes from two blue-flowering plants. 388 more words

Perennial Flowers

How to Persuade Agapanthus to Flower

It’s a good year for agapanthus here at The Watch House. A rough count of the flower heads produced by Agapanthus africanus tops 60, which is not the most I’ve ever enjoyed, but is the best in recent years. 1,171 more words