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Community of Gardens

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Gardens tagged "reflection": 3

The perennial garden, viewed through a copper arbor at the entrance, May 1, 2004. Siberian irises are the star attraction. Over the years, various vines graced the arbor. A favorite was Ipomoea alba, a night blooming morning glory with 6-inch blossoms that glowed on moonlit nights.
Ever since I was a child, I dreamed of the time when I could garden as my grandfather did, coaxing flowers from seeds and propagating roses under pickle-jar cloches. I had to wait until I completed graduate school to have a bit of ground I could…

A rose from Betty's garden in Columbus, Mississippi.
I would love to be able to take credit for what I know about flowers, vegetable gardening, creating a wildlife habitat and gardening in general, but I cannot. I was blessed with a dear, now elderly, friend in Arizona who taught me the basics of…

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