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The Theraputic Hour and a Memorable Visit to Central Park

The Theraputic Hour and a Memorable Visit to Central Park

Posted on May 3, 2009 | 0 comments

Just in from gardening–I finally found time to do a little weeding, pruning dead stuff, and what ever. Just this last week I could actually distinguish live branches on the rose bushes and clematis. The heat wave dried up most of the early blooming daffodils and knocked out the dwarf tulips. So I found myself deadheading those.  A little tweaking...

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First Blush

First Blush

Posted on Apr 8, 2009 | 0 comments

Daphne cneorum                           Its happening. Its been a long wait. Photos taken on April 4, 2008 in my front, back, and side...

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Amazing Amaryllis Begins to Open

Amazing Amaryllis Begins to Open

Posted on Feb 8, 2009 | 0 comments

              Wow! Its a beautiful baby. One of three! Yes, triplets! You can see the other buds behind the opening one. The photograph below shows the Amaryllis in relation to the other plants grouped together. Notice the role of foliage and form in the composition. You’ll want to know the names of the other plants.  I don’t know. If possible,...

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Amazing Amaryllis Creates Multiple Flower Buds

Amazing Amaryllis Creates Multiple Flower Buds

Posted on Feb 8, 2009 | 0 comments

  Beautiful. Isn’t it. I’ve been watching the lengthening stalk for a while now with its promise of flower.  A dear friend gave the bulb to me early in December.  I potted it up with no idea of its color.  So I wait and watch and wonder. The anticipation of its emergence is part of the fun. My mind wanders a bit with this thought. I find...

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