I went out for a walk today, and there by the fence line were some beautiful flowers. Somehow they had grown there just for me, to brighten my day and to lift my spirits. Such an expenditure! Such showy blossoms! … Continue reading
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Virginia Mountain Mint, picnanthemum-virginianum, blooms on my property in areas that are not ever mowed, by the fence line, in the pasture and at the edges of the woods. This year it arrived its peak of blooming just in time for the … Continue reading
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Weigela is an entire genus, and I do not know which species of it I have growing on my property. Whichever one it is, the blossoms are delicate and fragrant, and the bees love them. The buds, before they open, … Continue reading