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Spring Has Sprung

Creeping phlox is one of the earliest blooming perennials in my garden. https://naturalstateflowerfarm.com/2017/04/23/spring-has-sprung/

Spring is Happening in the Ozark Mountains

Plants to Consider for Your Garden

I hate to even complain about the snow and ice we’ve gotten this week.  It is nothing compared to my friend and fellow blogger, Michele at The Salem Garden, who has had to deal with 87 inches of snow fall since Jan. 23! It’s been extremely cold, too, making chores not so fun. My grandson stayed with me […]

Spring at Last

Yesterday, I was able to work outside and the sun felt so good!  I was surprised how many  flowers were blooming right in front of me and I’ve been too busy to notice. One of my all time favorite flowers is Allium ‘Globemaster’. To enjoy this flower in the spring, you must plant the bulb […]

Just Because It's Fall…

doesn’t mean the flower beds are empty.  Actually, I think my garden looks best in late summer and fall than any other time. My Callicarpa americana (aka Beautyberry) is full of berries.  This Arkansas native shrub grows well in my bed that receives full sun until around mid afternoon.  Birds will eat the berries but […]

Would the Person that Took the Month of May Please Bring it Back?

How can May be almost over?  I still have so much to do before the summer heat arrives….. First, I would like to join in on the blog of miss c and post the view from my back porch. The sun rises over this mountain and thankfully I’m an early riser so I don’t miss it. […]