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You can find plenty of Begonias throwing out vibrant colors on the railing of my front porch. It’s my Seattle summer tradition. Enjoy three close ups.
Happy Mother’s Day to my mom, Betty. May she and all the other moms have a beautiful day like these Lewisia blooms. Lewisia is an alpine perennial that flowers in May. Before I knew its name, I called it the brooch. The … Continue reading
When talking garden, just bring up Rhododendrons if you want to spot a Washington native. I was conversing with a guy at my neighbor’s party last weekend. He complimented me on my front yard. I told him it would have a … Continue reading
Plants and early flowers are off to a strong start thanks to a warm and moist Seattle spring. Here are three plants blooming right now.
Already hit a 2015 gardening goal: January flowers on my porch. This is the first time one of my established plants bloomed during the bleakest gardening month. My red and white Cyclamen are sporting colorful flowers, which standout on a nearly empty porch. … Continue reading
These are my five favorite 2015 Havigarden Facebook photos that aren’t the 11 most popular. These are simple quality photos. I initially chose 10 photos. I picked three “must haves,” and discarded three. With four photos and two slots remaining, … Continue reading
Drumroll please…the top five are actually not what I expected. Just like pop music, my most popular photos on the 2015 Havigarden Facebook Page are not the best. The two biggest factors driving popularity are timing and familiarity. The top four … Continue reading