|Last year year it was a trio of goblins , this year the invisible wizard. How I look forward to the first frost Banana transformation|
Monday, November 25, 2013
The invisible wizard returns….
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
And where were you two on Bloom day...
|The south African Nerine's are blooming away|
|Slightly confused by the mild weather a couple of Om-fah-Lo Jeez beginning to bloom|
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Friday, November 15, 2013
November Afterbloom day….
|What blooms are left weren't looking that great , but the seedpods ...|
|My neighborhood Moggy and photo taking companion for this bloom day.|
Happy bloom day and for much better blooms visit May Dreams Gardens
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Thursday, November 7, 2013
Leaf drop Paulownia tomentosa style...
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Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Gold in the garden...
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Tuesday, November 5, 2013
|Early last spring when I found I had far too much bare ground under trees and shrubs , I thought .... Crocus. And here they are , just arrived. Along with a few others. As it was only grey today, no rain , not cold . I got to planting !|
|Fifty Crocus biflorus spring beauty dotted about in small groups under the Acacia|
|Twenty five Crocus sieberi tricolor under the Rhody. Looks a bit of mess at the moment. I'm counting on the worms tidying up .|
|Twenty five more sieberi for around the youthful Eleaegnus pungans'Clemson variegated'|
|I spotted a clump of Mascari 'glolden fragrance at Joy Creek Nursery in the spring. This is the spot I thought in my garden for them . All Chartreuse and yellows in early spring|
|The last to be planted, Allium azurem . If they are anything like Allium unifolium Twenty five will soon be many , many , many more|
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