Plant Exchange Blog
Welcome to Garden Bloggers Bloom Day at Plant Exchange. Here in South Dakota we are USDA Growing Zone 4 – 5a. We’ve had many warmer than usual days and cool nights so far this fall. 228 more words
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Wow, it’s been a little while since I last blogged. Yikes. But as I was out getting the garden ready for winter today, I couldn’t believe how much color there was still to enjoy. 463 more words
There are still a few annuals braving the chill – the one above, Calendula ‘Touch of Red Buff’ and below Nicotiana mutablis,
Antirrhinums include sumptuous ‘Black Prince’ 177 more words
Welcome to our weekly Plant Exchange Blog about plants and people who grow them. Today, and around the 15th of each month is “Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.” We show you what illustrates the beauty of plants at this time. 364 more words
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This week marks the annual celebration of Texas Native Plant week, October 16-22.
Texas is well-known for its spectacular spring wildflower show and especially its star wildflower and state flower, the… 281 more words
Not many new blooms compared to last month’s GBBD, but I thought I’d share this lovely Abutilon, A. ‘Orange Marion.’
Other Autumn tinted blooms include this Helenium. 349 more words
It’s been a fairly warm autumn so far. Leaves are slow to color, flowers to fade. Though they certainly are fading. 377 more words