Monthly Archives: July 2014

Goodbye WordPress

WordPress will no longer upload my photos into posts, so I am going to a platform that works. This blogĀ  becomesĀ  The Nashville Gardener.

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A Fine Phlox for Nashville Gardens

Too many gardeners throw in the trowel in July, after the daylilies finish blooming. What more can there be they ask?. And why should we care when it is this hot? There are so many fine late blooming plants- Hardy … Continue reading

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Blooming Today in A Green Hills Garden

Here is an heirloom crinum, cultivar unknown, that came out of a family garden in Milledgeville, Georgia. It is a very compact form- And here is the spectacular Erythina bidwillii, which I found last year at Hewitt’s Garden Center out … Continue reading

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