Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Fall Blooming Woodland Salvia

        Early this summer I bought one of my friends a gift. She is a gardener, and is always looking for any plant that will bloom in shade, since she gardens in the woods. The gift, from … Continue reading

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An Autumn Garden in Nashville- Green Hills September 28, 2013

                The original garden was a spring garden with iris, peonies, and Lamb’s Ears. After renovation it has more summer and autumn flowering plants, though it retains an iris strip down most of … Continue reading

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“Pretty Lady Emily” Japanese Anemone

Here is one of the new, shorter cultivars of the Japanese Anemone bred by  Bressingham Gardens in the UK. I bought this last fall at Moore and Moore, and put it in a West Meade garden. It is almost identical … Continue reading

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Growing Hedychiums in Nashville Gardens

The photo here is of Hedychium “Tai Golden Goddess”. I bought the plant from Plant Delights early this past summer, and put it in a garden in West Meade. I placed it in front of a stone retaining wall in … Continue reading

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