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Adding Color to the Mid-Summer Border

Early flowering perennials begin in May and early June and flower intensely until the beginning of July when the late flowering perennials begin and continue into late fall. I find there is often a lull in the border as the … Continue reading

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July Garden

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There is a point in midsummer where the garden suddenly changes. The spring greens are long gone and a unified summer green emerges. The once emerald lawn has now lost its luster. My friend Mermer recently said about this that, … Continue reading

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High Summer -lots of changes

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Things have  changed radically in just a couple of weeks. The meadow flowers have been hayed and have taken on a another beautiful form – round bales! The fields have turned an ocher dusty color that is reminiscent of high … Continue reading

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