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- Garden Walk: Outside the Potting Shed
- And then there were the chickens…
- Beautiful and Sustainable
- Bags are Packed!
- Rose Parade: Celsiana
- Rose Parade: The Grande Dame
- Rose Parade: Roseraie de l’Hay
- Rose Parade: Francis Meilland
- Rose Parade: Peace Rose
- Daffodils and Memories
- Rose Companions: Celebrating Over Achievers
- Who? What? Where? … Growing & Buying Roses
- The Legend of the Dogwood
- The Rose-a-Matic
- A Craftsman and His Veggies
- A Time to Plant: Sweet Peas
- Spring Fever
- Who are You?
- Someone Pinch Me!
- Potting Shed Review: Everyday Roses
- SPRING ROSE CARE TOP FIVE
- On Becoming a Rose Exhibitionist…
- Family Memories…
- Seed-A-Palooza 2013
- FORSYTHIA, ROSES & LIFE
- Happy New Year from our Snow Globe
- Baby It’s Cold Outside
- Merry Christmas!
- Winter Garden: First Snow
- Fruit Cake Gets a Bad Rap…
- A Cup of Christmas Tea
- Come Look Through My Window
- November Garden
- My Morning View…
Quotable QuotesTo be overcome by the fragrance of flowers is a delectable form of defeat. -Beverley Nichols
A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust. -Gertrude Jekyll
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Tag Archives: Garden
Wo! It is cold and the snow just keeps coming–14″ or so and more coming tomorrow! The door to the Potting Shed was frozen and I needed Mr. G to get it open for me so we could water the … Continue reading
Today we have our first snow and this morning it looks fresh and beautiful and boy is it cold… windchill factor is 7 degrees! Burrrrrr…. wasn’t it in the 50s a couple of days ago? Here’s my view today in … Continue reading
My friend, Connie from Hartford Roses, invited those who follow her blog to take a picture out their kitchen window and describe what they saw. Click here to see what what Connie saw out her window. I loved the idea … Continue reading
Many years ago I fell completely in love with the charm, fragrance and rich history of old roses. Even though I grow many modern roses, my heart strings are attached to the ones that have been around for a very … Continue reading
Last fall lightning struck our 60 ft maple tree and the shade garden beneath it became history. Our garden faces west and all the shade loving plants just couldn’t take the heat. When the crying stopped, I started making plans … Continue reading