Archive for the ‘philosophy’ Category

How far we’ve come in garden philosophy|Cheryl Hazeltine insight

Thursday, July 14th, 2011 Posted in Insects, Seeds, Summer plants, books, garden design, garden projects, mulch, native plants, philosophy, ponds, water features, wildlife | 6 Comments »

We take a lot of things for granted. Uh, like rain. Long ago, I learned that just because my cenizo blooms, it doesn’t mean rain: it’s just humid.  This time, it wasn’t even that humid. It was just time to ...

A little native, a little not + Wildflower Center Gardens on Tour

Thursday, April 28th, 2011 Posted in Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Late spring flowers, garden design, native plants, philosophy, wildflowers | 6 Comments »

Look what the Easter bunny brought! According to Scott Ogden's book, Southern Bulbs for the South, this could be Zephyranthes drummondii (formerly Cooperia pedunculata). I've planted many rain lilies over the years, with such erratic success that I lose track. This ...