Archive for September, 2010

Amazing Alliums!

There is nothing more magical than the sight of colossal Allium emerging from the earth, puffing themselves up into planetoid spheres that hover over lower-growing perennials in the garden.

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Continue Reading September 24, 2010 at 8:06 PM Leave a comment

WOW! Pictures of cast cement leaf fountains to inspire you!

There is a man in eastern Wisconsin who makes metal stands that are used to make cast cement leaves into fountains . Here are some pictures of the leaves and the frames.

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Get out and enjoy nature…

Don’t sit at home. Get out and enjoy nature!

Continue Reading September 13, 2010 at 11:28 AM Leave a comment

The Bake Sale yesterday was a big success!

We got off to a wet and rainy start but the people kept coming and buying our wonderful baked goods.

It was a wet and dreary day to start…

…but Garden Club members Mary Jo Pesut and Trudy Moore put on a smile and sold sold sold!

We sold yummy treats…

…and we sold all of the beautiful asters and mums.

Take a bow Kate Roche. Job well done!

Thanks to all of you who volunteered and donated either time or baked goods or BOTH!
We couldn’t have done it without you!

Maureen

Thanks to all of you who volunteered and donated either time or baked goods or BOTH!
We couldn’t have done it without you!

Continue Reading September 12, 2010 at 9:39 PM Leave a comment

Our Garden Club Members truly are THE BEST!

Tonight Mary Jo Pesut, Denise Hlad and I went to the Three Brothers Community Garden to help them with the harvest.

Continue Reading September 7, 2010 at 7:24 PM Leave a comment

Window Boxes *Before* and *After* WOW!

What a difference 3 months and some Miracle Grow makes!

Continue Reading September 6, 2010 at 10:32 AM Leave a comment

Enchanting Japanese Maples

Japanese maples offer countless variations in size, shape, and texture. While nobody knows exactly how many different Japanese maple varieties exist, there are more than 700 unique cultivars in circulation. Selecting the right one from so many can be overwhelming, especially because virtually all of them are charmers.

Continue Reading September 6, 2010 at 9:00 AM Leave a comment


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