Monthly Archives: April 2015

Rue Anemone

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At first, I misidentified this plant as liverleaf. The name liverleaf did not seem nearly as beautiful as these delicate little wildflowers that grow in my woods, so I was pleased to find out that is not what they are called … Continue reading

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Purple Morning Glories Are Hardy

Purple morning glories are very resilient flowers. I planted a few seeds in the backyard, but these pretty much take care of themselves. Watering the plant once and awhile is essential since it is a bit dry here in Southern … Continue reading

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Native Wood Violet

The first time I saw a native wood violet, it did not look like a violet to me. I thought it was more like a miniature iris.   It had sprung up from the unmown lawn, and I could not … Continue reading

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Creeping Phlox

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On my property there are two kinds of phlox, tall phlox and creeping phlox. The creeping phlox blooms early and comes in two varieties.   The dark pink variety blooms first and also fades sooner. The light blue variety is … Continue reading

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