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So, when we were given this plant a few years back, the person: “it will take over your garden of it likes where it is.” “Right,” I thought. The land we have…

What an odd name for citrus tree! Even if the fruit ends up looking like a lemon with seven, twelve or more pointed tentacles. Heritage has it that a fruit with…

We’ve been hitting plus 30°C temperatures here in the south of France these past weeks, right in the heart of summer. While so many spring plants have dried…

This surprising flower seemed to have grown from out of nowhere. Far back in the yard against the fence where no one ever ventrues - because there's nothing to…

Begonias come in an amazing number of forms. Outside they resist all sorts of mistreatment from bad earth to drying up because we forgot to water them. They're…

Yes, the agapanthus in full bloom is an exceptional site where a globe of purple crowns a long, solid stalk. But right before the bloom, the sepals take on…

We received this rose bush from our neighbours. Our neighbours received their rose bush from which our cutting comes from their parents. Their parents moved…

Some time back we bought an apricot tree that had been grafted. For whatever reason, the apricot tree took off and suddenly died. At the base green sprouts…

Isn't she cute! This is jennet (a female donkey). She lives down the road and spends her days in a prairie of poppies and multitude of other colorful weeds -…

It's rare to see butterflies sitting quietly enough to take a shot with a manual camera. I was taking my daily walk late afternoon before dusk around the garden…

Surprising etymology behind "agapanthus". It comes from the Greek (agapo = I love / have affection for) and (anthos = flower). …

In the lawn has appeared a beautiful yellow flower today - it wasn't there yesterday (or I didn't notice). I'm convinced it is a yellow daisy. Or is it weed…

While cleaning up spring’s early growth that is now dying off before the start of summer, I was surprised to find the morning glory has put crawlers that now…

Laurels are often pink. I have nothing against pink - I love pink roses. However for laurels, I’ve never been attracted to pink or white; the dark red is nice…
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