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One More...Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, A Day Late

It only takes one to bring up the rear in a parade. The parade may have gone by for yesterday’s Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, but my garden is not out of step this lovely month of May. 48 more words

Musings

Shrubs 4 Shade

Serviceberry (Amelanchier species)

With so many types of serviceberry on the market, you’re sure to find a good fit for your yard. Spring blooms, fall color, smooth gray bark and edible June berries make it a year-round winner. 267 more words

Things To Do

O is for Oakleaf Hydrangea

Sooo, usually we squirrel like to point out Oak trees for our Blogging A to Z Challenge. But we think you already know how important oaks are to squirrels–and they are starting to leaf out now! 90 more words

Backyard Habitat

Weekly Update -- Buckets of Rain

It has rained buckets in St. Louis. The photos from my last few posts were taken during the brief reprieves Mother Nature provided. I’m sure even She gets tired of pouring rain. 293 more words

Musings

Oakleaf hydrangea

It’s Spring, I hope. The one thing on my mind is getting out there, and getting busy. There are plants to bloom, grass soon to mow and dead leaves piled up in clusters. 27 more words

Pencil Drawing

Making Progress in the Garden

I’ve written much about the bed that faces east and south beneath the den windows and the large bed that lies opposite it and runs the length of the patio. 428 more words

Musings

Hydrangea quercifolia

Hydrangea quercifolia
Common name: oakleaf hydrangea
Family name: Hydrangeaceae
Type: deciduous / evergreen shrub

-evergreen (unless it is very cold in the winter)
-entire leaves turn burgundy in colour… 7 more words

Deciduous