Tag: Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ with Autumn Blush
Burnished Bronze & Jewel Tones: November Light in the Garden . . .
Â Stepping into Late Autumn, Through the Secret Garden Door Jack Frost arrived a bit late to the garden this year, and so far, he’s breezed through only lightly. Though the calendar says it’s November, Black-eyed Susan and her pretty, pink Wind-Flower companions have thus far eluded his fatal kiss. The maples have all shed their […]Read More
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Blushing Autumn Blossoms …
Blossoms to Spare & Share: One of the Gardener’s Greatest Rewards (Sprigs of Eucalyptus cinerea & Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ with Autumn Blush) Photographs and Text â“’ Michaela Medina/The Gardener’s Eden. All photographs, articles and content on this site (with noted exceptions) are the original, copyrighted property of The Gardener’s Eden and may not be reposted, […]Read More