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A Visual Feast

It is always exciting to open the door and go out into the garden for the first time on any day.
- Marion Cran

In spite of chilly temperatures and a bout of sleet this morning, the garden is a visual feast of colors and texture.

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Who Says Annuals Are More Expensive Than Perennials?

This is a question that many home gardeners assume they know the answer. 1,343 more words


I Love Color - But It's Not Easy Being Green

I Love Color – Especially the Color of Flowers

Yesterday, I was at my garden market and there was a table filled with Gerbera Daisies. It was a spectacle. 554 more words

Cottage Garden Living

Random springiness on the First Day of Spring

So, it’s the First Day of Spring, they say. To me, it  seems half way over – I haven’t written a single post about the garden marvels I’ve come across this year. 843 more words


The Last Roses of Summer

Tis the last rose of summer,
Left blooming alone;
All her lovely companions
Are faded and gone  ~Thomas Moore, Irish poet

November and December have been very mild this year, encouraging me to work in the garden late into the season.

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Bloom Day - August 2015

Once again, I’m joining in Carol’s meme at May Dreams Gardens this month, as she hosts Bloom Day. This is where gardeners from around the world are showcasing what is abloom in their gardens each month. 747 more words

Bloom Day