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Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day

Pretty slim pickings for GBBD today, but I love the optimism of this perky geranium.

I shared my favourite hellebore last Wednesday, but I’m delighted to have more to show.   218 more words

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day January 15th

Welcome to a Plant Exchange Blog and the first Garden Bloggers Bloom Day of 2016!

As our loyal followers know, we garden bloggers around the United States and in other countries share what’s in bloom the 15th of each month you to experience here and at each blog site you decide to visit through a link. 409 more words


Garden Bloggers Bloom Day - January 2016

All right, let’s do this again. Another thing I’ve let slide over the last year.

When I remembered today what the 15th of the month means, I realised I don’t even have any flowers at home. 312 more words


Garden Bloggers Bloom Day- December 2015

Its Garden Bloggers Bloom Day again and I really didn’t think I would see much in bloom today. By 2:30pm it was already getting dark and gloomy with a threat of more rain on the way. 622 more words

Kristin Crouch

What's in Bloom Here Now - December 2015

Blooms? Bwahaha! It’s mid-December in northern New England.

It’s fun looking at other people’s actual flower blooms, but although we don’t have any snow cover yet — quite unusual — and it’s been unseasonably warm, with high temps for the past week ranging from 39 to 57F, which is 12F degrees above normal, and lows from 21 to 42F, 14F degrees above normal, there is really very little in bloom here now outside — except the heather! 152 more words


Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - December 2015

Looking at the weather on my phone on Sunday morning provided a stark reminder of just how balmy life is down south:

St Helens, Isle of Wight 12C… 284 more words

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day

Increasing the Light

In the darkest time of the year, these,

…are a gift of flowering light from the garden. All of my roses withheld  their blooming (rather selfishly I thought) during October and early November, which is typically a showy time for roses here in Central Texas, USDA  gardening zone 8b.  404 more words

Foliage Follow-up