Today, I officially joined the Million Pollinator Gardens ranks. Through initiatives like theirs we can learn how important our small plots of land might sustain the very important neighbors we have that keep our world fruiting. I can’t wait to be a better member of the community of life. Currently both the Echinacea just started […]
This bouquet is one stem of the peony ‘Dr Alexander Fleming’ I purchased 3 years ago as a tiny guy.
These pictures were taken the first week of June. Late spring and early summer have the largest abundance of flowers with the peonies, roses, and clematis taking the main stage. The clematis below is in shade, getting only a couple hours of sun total a day. The weigela (burgundy leaves and dark pink flute shaped […]
2 75775P Penstemon strictus – 5″ pot http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penstemon_strictus These beauties will grow in the heat of our southern exposure native garden next to the pinks of echinacea and and dark purple of the may night sage. Now I need more yellow! Perhaps something low? 1 66320 Lonicera sempervirens Major Wheeler – 5″ […]
Today I posted a question to CSU’s Plant Talk to help with my new rose I planted not long ago in the front yard. I’ve never used this service before so we’ll see what they say. The rose is a Week’s Nursery plant that was wonderfully healthy when I purchased it from Creekside Gardens in […]