Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Ugly Truth

I am re-building my gardening library,and I recently bought Richard Bisgrove’s “The Gardens of Gertrude Jekyll”. Jekyll was a genius in her use of color and her plant placement, and she was fond of using Lamb’s Ear’s  along stone walks … Continue reading

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A Post about Rabbits On My Other Blog

I am battling rabbits at one of the gardens I take care of, and I posted about it today at  The tee-tiny kitchen Blog. The title of the post is “High Clover”.

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A Salvia Seedling

The shrubby Gregg’s salvias I planted last year in the Green Hills garden did not do well. Only three lived through our awful winter. One, a cherry red cultivar I bought for 1/2 price at Moore and Moore, is blooming … Continue reading

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