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Spring Planting & Progress In the Garden Today 15 April 2015

Spring is in the air, the clocks were ‘sprung’ ahead, Kiki and Nerica (my dogs) have been overly exhuberant – dare I say it again – I have the fever – gardening fever. So in the last week of March, I found myself amongst armies of chocolate easter bunnies. Yep I love me some chocolate but I love more, my heart sunk for a moment, had all the perenial plants been sold out? Noooooooooooo and then in a moment joy overcame me again, turning I caught a glimpse of life and a few boxes with printed pictures of what is to come. I was pretty excited! The last boxes of plants were hidden away from the new items, shoved into the aisle that almost no one ever goes to (lucky for me.) I couldn’t resist. Now 2 weeks have passed and finally the conditions were right today to plant the last three items that I purchased:

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(Plant) Life energy and the solar eclipse 11 July 2010

The daily life of a bird, plant or any living species on earth change each day with the light and can be easily observed each day at dusk and dawn through our senses.  Each day it is not only the light that wakes me but the song of the birds and the change […]

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Iris – On my street!

Just about 4 weeks ago was my first post about plants on my street.  This included some space streetside, where a few doors down from my bloc is a group of iris and daylily planted by one of my neighbors.  Here are the now pix 15 May, followed by a short description about […]

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Luxuriant Flowers – Hydrangea

Close-up Hydrangea macrophylla Often we find hydrangeas for sale that already have flowers, but normally they begin to flower in June once established in our gardens. So relax in the second year when the leaves are small and there are no flowers to be seen in April or May. Plus it is possible […]

Do you know what this is?????

Can you identify this plant?

Need your help to identify this plant – It is in front of a very large bloc with many apartments and no-one has been around to ask in my last walks past this beautiful flowering plant. It is a perenial and maybe even a small bush? However, although it has bush like features, […]

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