Category Archives: peonies

DOA In The Virtual Garden

How about an Oriental poppy, so beautiful and delicate as paper? If you like Christmas Cactus (and the variants) it’s hard to find the colors you want, as local nurseries tend to sell them without much fanfare or selection.    … Continue reading

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DOA In The Virtual Garden

Not my own, so much,  (until the garden catalogs start coming in) but Thursdays seem like a good day to share what I’ve seen lately that’s garden related. Via the Impatient Gardener, did you know there were are Christmas, Thanksgiving … Continue reading

Posted in begonias, Christmas Cactus, garden art, garden paths, nasturtiums, overwintering plants, peonies | 2 Comments

Garden Planning 2017: Perennials

I’ve deconstructed and grassed over 90 % of my perennial gardens, so there isn’t room for much.  I find myself wanting a few very large hostas nonetheless, maybe a couple of pink peonies, and in a rare sunny spot a … Continue reading

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Early Spring in D.O.A.’s Garden

Garden March 2012, a set on Flickr. Warm weather has me out clearing the raised beds which warm up quickly in spring.

Posted in chives, hydrangea, miniature iris, peonies, Peony Patty's Plum, raised beds, vegetable garden | Leave a comment