Archive for the ‘Garden Bloggers Bloom Day’ Category

Purple and Gold Rule for Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 Posted in Garden Bloggers Bloom Day | 16 Comments »

Even in harsh drought, my perennial asters never fail. Just a few drops of rain prompted their annual performance this week. I’m glad I took a chance last year on a new addition, Indian mallow, Abutilon palmeri. I’ll admit that sometimes I ...

Bloomfest in my garden for Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day!

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 Posted in Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, Late spring flowers, daylilies, native plants | 26 Comments »

After more rain in recent weeks than in the first four months of 2011, my east Austin, Texas garden joyously celebrates Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day!  Daylilies keep coming, day after day. ‘Patrick’ abutilon’s little lanterns light up part shady spots near ...

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day from Linda’s east Austin garden!

Thursday, March 15th, 2012 Posted in Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, Insects, bulbs, butterflies, drought, early spring flowers, poppies | 26 Comments »

This week, CTG joins fellow gardeners from around the world for May Dreams’ Garden Bloom Day! Here’s a mere sample of what’s blooming after two years of torture-by-weather in my east Austin garden.  With our recent rain salvation, this poppy ...

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day from east Austin!

Monday, March 15th, 2010 Posted in Garden Bloggers Bloom Day | 17 Comments »

I thought maybe I'd gotten the wrong address when I walked into the garden one evening last week. Where was I? Where had all these plants come from overnight? Hyacinthus orientalis 'Sky Jacket' The first of the Dutch iris.  I planted them ...