Monthly Archives: February 2012


  I was going to blog about pruning, but the only thing you can tell from the before and after pictures of my new fringe tree is that before I started pruning it was bright sunshine, and after there were … Continue reading

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Winter Foliage on Heuchera – Part 2

Quick recap from part 1: In February, Southern Comfort is the best looking Heuchera in my garden. The second best is Heuchera longiflora. This is a plant ho plant. (That means it was free.) I got it at the Garden … Continue reading

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The Rest of the Story – Winter Foliage on Coral Bells (Heuchera) Part 1

Last weekend I decided I should blog about evergreen perennials, so I started taking pictures. When I took the picture of Frosted Violet coral bells (Heuchera) I thought, “He was my favorite Heuchera in May,  but now he looks like shit. … Continue reading

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I Like to Move it, Move it

I often sing while I work in the garden. It amuses me. The title of this post is part of the lyrics to my transplanting song. (My weeding song is ‘Another one Bites the Dust’.) This teeny-tiny wildflower is a … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions

The other day I went to check on the Spanish bluebells. They’re planted along the drive, down where it crosses the creek. (My neighbor will certainly check that direction before peeing in the woods again.) On my way back to … Continue reading

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