Tag: Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris)
Sweet, Sweet June . . .
Cornus kousa in Morning Light Opening my datebook this morning, I could hardly believe my eyes Â . . . Can it be June 5th, already? Yet when I look around the garden, there’s no denying it: springtime is waning. The daffodils have come and gone and the lily-of-the-valley is slowly fading. Peonies are swollen-to-bursting and […]Read More
The Subtle Hues of November’s Garden Play Softly in Low Light & Gentle Mist…
The Remaining Fruit on this Tea Viburnum Gleams Like Candy Store Gumdrops (Viburnum setigerum) Against a Background of Honey-Colored Miscanthus Surprised by a late November warm spell —gardens enveloped by quiet rain and soft fog— I found myself shrugging a few responsibilities and wandering around in the late afternoon light. Everywhere, tiny droplets of rain […]Read More