September Colour

September Colour I must confess to having a somewhat boring fall garden. The asters aren't out yet, the rudbeckia have thinned out too much, and the echinacea is mostly in the back yard (altho' if I ever get a moment to do some planting, there are three different echinacea varieties to go out into the … Continue reading September Colour

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Roses Roses Roses

Roses Roses Roses Roses, Rhodos and Peonies were my first loves--at least my first plant loves. And they still rank really high on that scale. But whereas rhodos and peonies are pretty self-sufficient once you start them off right, roses will almost always need a little more management. It's still "winter", even tho' most of … Continue reading Roses Roses Roses

First Rose Bloom of the Season

Any first blooms of the season are exciting, And somehow, roses are up there with the best of them. I have quite a few roses, some I love more than others, but Julia Child, now entering only its 4th year in my garden, is the best of the best. Her growth habit is restrained and … Continue reading First Rose Bloom of the Season