Monthly Archives: March 2015

Today’s garden surprise: Scarlet Buckeye (Aesculus pavia)

The flowers are supposed to be, well, scarlet. But apparently this buckeye says, “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” Advertisements

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Today’s garden surprise: Blue-Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium)

Lo and behold, I discovered that the blue-eyed grass had started blooming. Though they look like a grass, they’re actually in the iris family. I love how it’s backlit in the afternoon. There are also bluebonnets and ajuga blooming in … Continue reading

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Morning Light

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Cue the bluebonnets!

I love this time of year. Something new every day!

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Seasons In The Garden: the backyard panorama

Here is the view when you walk into the back garden from the east side yard, which is the main way back there. I have some big gaps between photographs. I think I’m gonna make this view a monthly photography … Continue reading

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Seasons In The Garden: The Blue Border

A recent comment on Linda Lehmusvirta’s Central Texas Gardener FB page got me thinking about putting together a post showing a typical year in my garden from one angle, so you could really see how the garden changed throughout the … Continue reading

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Wide-shot meme: March 2015

Most of the last week has been cold and rainy. Today is no exception. It’s been a taste of living in Oregon, where I’ve been tempted to move, many a time. I’ve gotta say that I’m not sure I could … Continue reading

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