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I Didn't Shiver Today!

For the first time in a week, I didnt shiver when I went outside today. I got some photos during one of those shiver sessions: There was snow!Not the kind of deep snow that fell up north but enough to remind us that its still winter.My courtyard fountain is apparently the coldest of all my water features. Here it is right before things started to warm up.  Weather wuss that I am, that is all the photos I took of the snow.I dont think the low temperature dropped below 28 degrees so my p...


My Pond was a Mucky Mess

Happy 2019 to everyone. As weather and time permit, Ive been able to putter in the garden, tackling the few winter projects that really need doing. For instance, the outer pond in early January needs an overhaul now because soon the newt and frogs will be laying their eggs and I dont want to disturb them.  For reference, here are a few summer photos of this pond. As you can see it is swallowed up in plants which means Ill need to do some thinning out as well as refresh the stagnan...


It's Almost Over

Can you believe 2018 is almost over The years just seem to fly by, dont they We had some 28-30ish degree nights a week or so ago but now were back to normal. In fact, just now, as I write this, I saw a honeybee outside. Nature is so resilient. So heres whats blooming: The first blossom on this Camellia. Isnt is gorgeous Camellia sasanqua Shishi-GashiraI have this Rhodochiton under cover and its still got a few blooms. I hope to overwinter it. Rhodochiton astrosa Purple BellsThere are still ...


First Frost

Last night was the official first frost in my hood. The thermometer mounted on a post in my covered patio recorded this: It must have not have lasted very long because most plants are still alive and doing fine. Ill show you what I mean.Clematis stalwarts: the florida species seem to prefer the cooler weather. This is the second year theyve waited until fall to produce their second flush of blooms. The first being in spring. Clematis florida SieboldianaClematis florida Alba PlenaDiana, the bloom...


Second Summer

Its second summer here right now. For the past week its been sunny and warm. What a gift! I havent been doing a lot of gardening because of other obligations but I did get some photos. Ill be doing a lot of plant-moving and rearranging but will probably wait for spring to do most of it. There are still a lot of plants blooming and looking fine. Im not a huge fan of mums but I decided to purchase Clara Curtis after seeing so many photos of it. My plant just started blooming. It is prett...


The Begining of Fall

Summer officially ends in a few days but weve already gone from a prolonged heat wave to cooler than average temperatures that feel very fall-like.  Considering that summer started early, I guess its only fair that fall should too. Fortunately the garden is still happy. Im loving all of the late and repeat bloomers. Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate is coming into its own right now. The plants reseed themselves and if Im diligent with the slug bait, the tiny seedlings grow and flourish and ...