Cup and Saucer vine is an interesting annual vine.
Welcoming the New Year…
This is actually a ‘Thanksgiving’ cactus, usually blooming in November.
Snow hats on a few remaining flowers (and leaves) in the garden…
Those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer
Five Dahlia tubers started in April, four produced magnificent flowers in summer and fall.
Cornflowers – easy to grow, tall yet narrow, looks great in a vase.
Hardy Hibiscus has started its show.
Some flowers are born for a close-up.
A native perennial I’ve loved since the moment I heard about it is the Compass Plant – Silphium laciniatum. I think my attraction was originally to the common name and then its striking height. It grows to about eight feet high in my garden some years, and its large basal leaves are said to point […]