Monthly Archives: February 2008

If I had great floodlights in my yard, I would never stop puttering.

The last few days I’ve been fighting daylight to try to get through the many projects I have planned for the garden. Instead of making leaps and bounds of progress, it took me two days to clean up the raised … Continue reading

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More pictures of winter ornamental grasses and foliage…

note: posted 3/22/08 for archival purposes These are pictures from pretty much every area of the flower beds, including the ugly parts, since this is a learning experience: My most recent re-design. I moved a leggy “Belinda’s Dream” rose into … Continue reading

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

I must preface this post by saying that my pictures for February’s Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day are cheating a bit, since most of my flower pictures are of brand spankin’ new plants that I just spent far too much money … Continue reading

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I tried to come up with a catchy title, but nothing clever rhymes with ‘cedar.’

Ah, February in Texas. It’s warm, it’s sunny, and boy, do I miss being able to breathe through my nose! In other cedar-related shenanigans, I began my gardening week by managing to get myself and my car locked into The … Continue reading

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