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So Succulent!

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 Posted in cactus, crafts, cut flowers, drought, garden clubs, succulents | 6 Comments »

This week, we repeat our show on fabulous succulent designs! Yes, you know that succulents are thrifty on water. But have you thought about using your cuttings in floral arrangements? Well, here you go! This week, Trisha shows how to make enchanting ...

Cancer Healing Garden|Gomphrena|Vertical Growing Systems

Thursday, June 26th, 2014 Posted in Vertical Growing Systems, annuals, crafts, cut flowers, garden art, garden designers, garden rooms, healing gardens | 8 Comments »

First, around town Pride of Barbados has been going like gangbusters at the Posse East near UT. Like us all, they were a tad worried about it last winter. But mine is just crawling back while theirs is stopping traffic! That’s ...

Scootin’ into Summer

Thursday, May 8th, 2014 Posted in Crinum lilies, Nurseries, Summer plants, annuals, container gardens, cut flowers, herbs, roses | 2 Comments »

Jerusalem sage, like this one at Georgetown’s Monument Cafe, loves that the heat is on. Not so my Angelica pachycarpa. Its glossy foliage dominated a wide spot under a deciduous tree all winter. Soon, its leaves will ornament the compost pile. ...

Fall into organic vegetables

Thursday, September 5th, 2013 Posted in Crinum lilies, children, container gardens, cut flowers, garden bloggers, vegetables, young gardeners | 4 Comments »

Off we head to a new season of wonder! For me, it’s been another tough year, since rain has been rather skimpy at my end of the cloud.  One bright spot was ‘Mystery Crinum’ that finally bloomed. Now, that’s not its ...