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Monday Blooming

That’s what is blooming in February. Hop on over to the for his Six on Saturday. And wish him good health!

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Six on Saturday

My Six plants a growing (sorry the 12 Days of Christmas is still playing in my head!) on this Saturday…. On my daily walks I am seeing more and more camellias in bloom. Love to see them in January! The … Continue reading

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2020 too

Will 2022, become 2020 too? Let’s hope that 2022 brings about all good changes from 2020. Better health and a better understanding of how to achieve that in the age of Covid 19! And more acceptance of other points of … Continue reading

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Savannah Christmas

Christmas is alive on East Jones Street in historic downtown Savannah Georgia. Just love the play of light in the afternoon.

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Six in Savannah

Autumn is here and though fall color is not something to travel to Savannah to see, this year has been ablaze. Particularly the cypress (admittedly trees are not my area….cypress, right?) Live oaks and pine trees predominate on Skidaway Island, … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday

Where do you work the land? Does your volunteer life place you in other gardens or farm plots to plant, grow and weed? My own garden is my jam, but I also spend a lot of time in the Skidaway … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday

The weather continues to be divine, though rain would be useful. Here are my Six On Saturday. Hats off to The Propagator,, who provides this dizzy delight of garden photos from around the planet. I am happy to join … Continue reading

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Oh October!

Oh my October! How do you top these golden days in Georgia when the light is lower and more golden than ever, the greens are deepening and our tropical and subtropical cplants keep rolling on. I love to join in … Continue reading

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Our October Blooms

October on coastal Georgia brings bees, butterflies and blooms. While my gardens in New Canaan CT were prepping for a cold Autumn and Winter by October, this climate encourages the garden to continue delighting the gardener. I was fortunate to … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday

Savannah ….September week ends can be blissful. Please visit to see the author of six on Saturday, and see what is blooming all over the world today!

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