I ran across a fascinating old journal as I was researching this show – what I especially loved about it was the layout. If you want to copy it here’s what you do: Dedicate a page of your journal to each type of plant in your garden. Make some notes about the characteristics of the plant. (Maybe what you like about it as well) Then leave room to chart the significant events with the plant. For instance, after describing Kalmia Angustifolia, it says this: June 7, 1908, First Flowers June 15th Generally comes into bloom July 13 Still in flower Rarely any flowers in the autumn. Doesn’t that make for...Read More
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Like all plants in the Artemisia (“AR-tah-MEE-zee-ah”) genus, Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) casts a gray and silvery foliage (although these pictures don’t reflect that.) …
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