Monthly Archives: February 2015

Ice, ice, baby…

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feathergrass and darkness

While the backyard enjoys the “golden hour,” my front yard is already in full shadow. The last thing that sees the sun every night is this feathergrass planted in the mailbox base, which lights up and glows like a beacon. … Continue reading

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The Blue Border, post-freeze

No difference! I love how tough the narcissus tazetta and four-nerve daisies (hymenoxys) are. I am less happy about all of the buds being frozen off my Texas Mountain Laurel and redbud. This makes the second year in a row … Continue reading

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Narcissus tazetta & Agave Americana variegata

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Salad Days At The Natural Gardener

With multitasking on the brain, I grabbed my new camera on the way out the door for a quick trip to The Natural Gardener. Having never owned a DSLR before, the learning curve, my friends, is steep. I figured that … Continue reading

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The Blue Border In Winter

Not as blue as usual, but you can see the stock tanks again!

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Wide-shot meme: February 2015

January was a rainy month! I did my back yard cutback and have been rearranging the back border. The front shows less dramatic changes, but I’ve gotten started on the roses and did about 10 lawn and leaf bags of … Continue reading

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