Posts Tagged ‘gardening

09
Oct
17

Last Kaboom!!!

07
Oct
17

fresh shower…

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25
Sep
17

second chances…

this clematis bloomed in the Spring and is offering up some Fall blooms as well now…. I like second chances

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14
Sep
17

almost finished, but…

still beautiful

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12
Sep
17

blissful morning…

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11
Sep
17

Acceptance…

“Despite the gardener’s best intentions, Nature will improvise.” Michael Garofalo

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10
Sep
17

Late Summer blooms…

on this lovely Clematis. It gave a showing in the Spring and has offered up a few more buds this September. I like this as I have a few too many Spring only bloomers. This particular plant is quite old, having been long neglected by my dear, departed Aunt.




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