Tag: Tea Viburnum (Viburnum setigerum)
A Garden Made for Winter
A Winter Wonderland, Just Outside My Studio Door Winter in New England can be long, dark, cold and dreary, to be certain. But if you are a lover of magical, frozen landscapes, beauty also abounds. By mid-February, I often find myself feeling a bit house-bound and restless. The cure for cabin fever? Why a garden […]Read More
Gathering Branches, Bramble & Berries: The Allure of Autumn Bouquets
In the Garden with Freshly Cut Tea Viburnum (V. setigerum) & Limelight Hydrangea (H. paniculata ‘Limelight’) Â Although I love springtime vases filled with fragrant peonies, blue iris and cabbage roses, I equally adore the vibrance and longevity of autumn bouquets. At this time of year, foliage colors and textures are so rich and varied, that […]Read More
November Light, A Dusting of Snow & The Beauty of Late Autumn Hues . . .
Â Gathered from the Garden: Winterberry Branches by the Armful Late autumn and early winter are like two jealous siblings, pushing and pulling for our attention on Mother Nature’s beautiful playground. One day, autumn will win out; all golden light and tawny strands, running wild in the wind. And the next, winter pushes her back and […]Read More