Tag: Acer palmatum x dissectum ‘Seiryu’ in November

  • A Misty Morning Stroll Through the Moody, Late Autumn Garden …

    Still Shining Brightly After the Unseasonable Snow Storm: Abelia mosanensis and Miscanthus sinensis ‘Variegatus’ with a Carpet of Juniper in the Entry Garden Resilience. Sometimes I am astonished by nature’s ability to bounce back after trauma. In spite of a historic, tropical storm in August and record-breaking two feet of snow in October, the garden […]

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