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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day -October 15th

Welcome to South Dakota on October 15th Garden Bloggers Bloom Day!  Our USDA Zone 4-5a region has been dry at the end of summer, but recent rains enhance leaf color. 232 more words

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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: Pineapple Sage

Currently, my pineapple sage plants (Salvia elegans) are blooming in my garden, their bright scarlet flowers are attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Members of the salvia or sage family, pineapple sage plants are herbaceous, tender perennial herbs. 511 more words

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Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - October 2017

Hmmm…how best to sum up the last month in the garden? I keep coming back to the punchline of an old comedy sketch called “The End of the World”–the version with Peter Cook and Rowan Atkinson… 1,561 more words

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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day - October 2017

It is the middle of October, in two weeks we will put the clocks back at the end of summer time. The evening will be dark and we will feel winter is really here. 244 more words

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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: Heavenly Blue Morning Glory

Morning glories are well known and popular; they need little description. I plant them every year along a wooden banister. Their brightly colored faces greet me in the morning as I go to work. 285 more words

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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day September 15th

Welcome to Garden Bloggers Bloom Day in South Dakota. We’re about USDA Zone 4-5a.

With late summer and early fall flowers in bloom, there are lots to attract butterflies and other pollinators to our yard.   357 more words

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Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - September 2017

I don’t like to use the word “disappointed” in relation to the garden, particularly at this time of year. I’d hoped to be immersed in aster season by now, though, and while the plants are filled with buds, it’ll take a few more days of sunshine to really move them along. 2,152 more words

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