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Eucomis with collars
August 12, 2014

  • Each summer, we look forward to two Eucomis blooms, one of the largest flowers in our […]

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Ikebana on the go
June 30, 2014

  • Most every time we make Ikebana flower arrangements only with cuttings from our garden. Sometimes we […]

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Red mushroom ringed by Kousa dogwood fruit
October 8, 2013

  • With almost three inches of rain the night before, this cheerful red mushroom popped up in […]

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Friends in their 60s share life lessons for Kylan at age 23
September 27, 2013

  • Create and practice your own celebratory rituals. That’s one life lesson that emerged while enjoying our […]

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Young Poke Weed Seeds with unisexual Pinellia
July 17, 2013

  • Pinellia reproduce like wildfire because they’re monoecious which means the plant is unisexual and has both […]

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A Solo Act
June 24, 2013

  • Our Dad was a businessman turned poet and artist.  His extensive journals of collages were thick […]

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Single Pink Geranium breaks on through to the other side
June 24, 2013

  •   With a welcome surplus of rain, our entire garden is lush, quenched and happier than […]

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Hidden May Apple bloom revealed
April 23, 2013

  • The shiny green May Apple leaves come up like a closed umbrella then twist open to […]

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Blue Pulmonaria surrounded by creamy tones
April 19, 2013

  • Our ability to share Radical Ikebanas depends on how an arrangement comes off photographically.  Many subtle […]

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Shirlee Frank Fish Dish Inspires
April 2, 2013

  • George challenged us to create a Radical Ikebana in one of our Mom’s ceramics.  This shallow […]

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