It's almost always a dull day in Feb, but unlike many "northern" places, and unlike last year, this dull Monday is mild, as has been the whole winter season. Hence, spring-ish garden pics--same plants I show you most years!: You can imagine how adaptable Sarcococca is: it's growing in never-amended soil, between concrete and asphalt, … Continue reading Dull Day in Feb
Thanks to Garden Design Magazine for this amazing tribute to the lowly pumpkin. Actually we'll thank the Dallas Arboretum first, for their creativity. Follow the link here to see more pictures of the Pumpkin Village.
Some Kind of Sedum? Somewhere I've got the tag for this but I'm not in the mood to search right now. (Maybe someone could help me with this??) For the meantime, just sit amazed at the perfection of these late season flowers! When planted, Aug 13: (you can tell the size of the plants by … Continue reading What is This??
Two years ago I harvested about 6 fruits --first harvest!--from my wonderful Persimmon (Fuyu-type) tree. Wonderful, not just because it produces exceptional fruit, but also because it's a beautiful tree at all times of the year--OK, maybe not so much in early spring before its late leaf-out, but every other time of the year. That … Continue reading Persimmon Protection