Author Archives: Jayne in Georgia

About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.

Blooming in Savannah

A week of rain and humidity should encourage growth, yes? But a bit of sunshine is needed to keep the photosynthesis going! A few things blooming… Join Jon the Propagator for this Six on Saturday!

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Time in Taos, adding Angel Fire

We began July with a cross country trip, cavaliers on Board, first stop Birmingham AL. The visit with an old friend included an evening in her garden! On to Dallas, and I have nothing to say about that stop, except … Continue reading

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June Blooms

Wordless Wednesday blooms…

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Savannah sights

Just some sights of Savannah as summer wheels this way. Steamy days ahead! Less time in the garden, more time for reading, stitching, And viewing of all sorts,

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Ossabaw Island Views

Recently I travelled with friends by boat through the low country to Ossabaw Island. There is no other way to arrive there. This barrier Island off the coast of Georgia is one of the few unspoiled areas along the 100 … Continue reading

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Shrooming Instead of Zooming

Spring has arrived in Savannah. Azaleas are popping, more people are vaccinated, and human life is catching up with the natural world. All through this pandemic, fungi has been doing its thing, don’t you know? I learned more about that … Continue reading

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Travels during Covid

After a long, too long, period of consecutive rainy and gloomy days in Savannah, the sun appeared yesterday. We were ready for an adventure. We got in the car, dogs and their gear packed, and took an excursion off Skidaway … Continue reading

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Christening Camellias

When a plantsman has developed a new Camellia and feels certain it is a variety never seen before, that person is compelled to name the plant with a distinguished moniker that will forever describe it. While walking long, oyster shell … Continue reading

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Thinking about

What am I thinking about this week? I am bursting with garden thoughts. After almost a year of isolation, my Zoom life has taken charge and in just this month, I have attended more live zoom calls and meetings than … Continue reading

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Paths forward through the pandemic

Christmas is but a few days away. The hustle and bustle of previous years is dissipated, gratefully so. I for one do not miss the frenzy. Record snowfalls in some parts of the U.S. and cold temperatures everywhere encourage Christmas … Continue reading

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