Archive for the ‘Flora’ Category

Witch Hazel Walk

One of the rewards of walking around the garden in this cooler weather is seeing the witch hazels in full bloom.   Only after the leaves fall can I see the yellow flowers appearing on the twigs.   It is a subtle effect that you have to get close enough to notice. These witch hazel bushes (Hamamelis […]

A Few True Blue Flowers for May

Brunnera Macrophylla- ‘Jack Frost’ Variegated silvery-white and green foliage in a clump form that is decorative from Spring through Fall, with light blue flower spray on 12-15” stems that float above the leaves in mid-late Spring for 3-4 weeks. Deer resistant. Part shade average soil and average moisture. Plant matures to a height of 12-15’ […]

Early June flower show

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