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- 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…
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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: gardens
My first daffodil blooms of the season… From the tiny Tete e Tete to the gigantic yellow trumpets … I have always loved daffodils. They scream spring!! Daffodils are perennial, increase eagerly and are wonderfully deer and rodent proof. Four … Continue reading
Since my garden style is cottage gardening, companions play a key role along with “all those roses.” There are some plants in my Zone 5 garden that are wonderful rose companions, but I really have to keep an eye on … Continue reading
It’s seed thyme! I love getting seed catalogs and I love it when the garden centers have seeds! Yesterday we were at Lowes and yes the seeds were out! I found a few Burpee gems that I am very excited … Continue reading
Even though they don’t rate as high on my list as roses, herbs and hydrangeas, forsythias do have a special place in my heart for several reasons. REASON #1: Forsythia blooms signal it is time to give my roses their … Continue reading
The snow just keeps coming! So far this week we have had 12″ of snow and the way it is coming down today, it looks like we will accumulate 2 or 3 more. My roses and their companions look like … Continue reading
We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year! There are so many wonderful Christmas movies out there and it is hard for me to pick just one favorite but here is a clip from ONE of … Continue reading
It was so beautiful in the garden this morning. Foggy mornings remind me to “be still and know…” Have a wonderful day! 🌹
This morning I had a most glorious walk through my garden! The drought is over and many of my roses and their companions in the garden think it is spring! I am looking over green grass, glossy rose leaves, reblooming … Continue reading
Around here it is HOT & DRY! One week of 95 – 100 degrees and one week of 70 degrees and now back to 90 degrees with no rain has made for some interesting gardening! Since I am the CWO … Continue reading
My garden is coming back about 4 weeks earlier than ever before. Click on the first picture to start the gallery.
From the delivery of 8,000 + lbs of flagstone to being named Costa Farms “Garden of the Month” in July, 2011 was an amazing gardening year… Highlights… An unexpected new sunny garden … after lightning strike took down a 60′ … Continue reading
In the fall I start getting a bit frantic … trying to enjoy my roses ENOUGH. ENOUGH to make it last. ENOUGH to make it last until next May. That is a lot of enjoying. And, this is the time … Continue reading
This week I served as guest host for #RoseChat. Our topic for the evening was companion plants for roses. Thanks to @redneckrosarian for the great questions. Program Q and A… (Note all text is formatted for Twitter with 140 characters … Continue reading
Can we be honest? July 1 will go down in history, well at least for me. The morning started out ordinary enough, but then I received this from Costa Farms…. Many congrats to our July 2011 garden of the month … Continue reading