Monthly Archives: May 2013

White Spots on my Rose Bush Leaves, follow-up

As a follow-up to my post White Spots on my Rose Bush Leaves, I want to tell you what I did differently this year – to great success! As I mentioned before, I learned, after planting, that I had my … Continue reading

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Yellow Twig Dogwood – update

This is an update on my post entitled Yellow Twig Dogwood. On Saturday, May 18, I planted three more starts that I cut from the branch Ellen gave me. These starts were rooted in water but took almost 9 full … Continue reading

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Shade Loving Perennials

Found this video on YouTube and I want to keep it because I have so many of these plants in my shade garden. My goal is to eventually tag all of my plants with their correct names. Have you ever … Continue reading

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Herbal Tea

So far for making tea I have: (1) black raspberry leaves – from my black raspberry bushes (2) chamomile – steep some in hot water and I GUARANTEE it’s the best sleep you’ll ever get. (3) mint – refreshing and … Continue reading

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Gardening in Small Spaces

I left my lush, two acre southern gardens and came north to visit my son and daughter-in-law whose garden is a condo patio. Completely different way to think about gardening. When looking online for small space gardening tips, we came … Continue reading

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