Posts Tagged "cosmos sensation"

Sweet Cicely and The Maple Part I

Posted by on Sep 2, 2019 in Featured Plants, Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Introduction and Hope for Rain Dear friend and gardener. It is a warm afternoon but with a slightly cool breeze drifting through now and again; sitting outside is tolerable. During the warmer months, I try to make it a point to enjoy my lunch outside as often as possible. I just glanced westward, and heavy gray clouds are heading this way. Maybe we will be blessed with rain despite the forecast indicating otherwise. Once can hope! I have spoken about this before but living in an arid climate, every drop of rain is so precious. In my last post I mentioned that I have had some great successes...

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Sensational Cosmos and Enchanting Christmas Cactus

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015 in Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Sensational Cosmos and Enchanting Christmas Cactus

Author’s Note: First, please forgive the amount of time since my last post. Next, as you will soon read, this post was written in late March. I have many more things to write about but wanted to get this posted. Thank you so kindly for reading. Despite the cold winter, there has been a lot of indoor gardening, and the idea of this particular article has been floating around since November when the Christmas cactus proliferated in bloom. It truly was enchanting but more on that in a bit. It is the eve of the vernal equinox and I am taking pause to allow for some rumination. In my last...

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