Florals

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If you live in Western Massachusetts you might be familiar with Pat Leuchtman.  She has been writing her column, Between the Rows, for The Greenfield...

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What day is it? Saturday, Right....it's been that kind of week, which I hope excuses and slightly explains my absence since Wednesday. I won't go...

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This is the tiniest little  'blogs I like' post .  I have a new favorite reading place-- it's Hello Moxie.   Reading Denise's posts is like...

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I have this tendency to assign personalities to plants.  My husband thinks that it is even a bit nuts for me to talk about them...

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Oh -- I have a little catch up from yesterday -- so first off a couple more before and afters!!! Designing a medicinal herb garden...

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fresh ideas for florals via www.pithandvigor.com
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As I sit here waiting for my web hosting provider to figure out what is going on with my site (I am inexplicably unable to...

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I have a confession, yesterday, while reading the inaugural issue of Dabble Magazine, I came across a mention of Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup.  I was...

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Do you grow Hellebores?  If you don't, you ought to think about it.  The colors and exotic nature of these early spring (even winter) blooming...

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Family Chic, the blog home of Camilla Fabbri, is one of my new favorite online haunts.  She is a woman after my own thrift-shopping, transforming,...

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Once again, I have dove into the giant RHS Encyclopedia of Garden Plants to find inspiration, not only for my own garden but also for...

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