Tag Archives: Eryngium ‘Jade Frost’
notes on spring
I’ve taken some time off work while the family regroups from assorted medical issues, and since they seem to be more or less on the mend I’m sopping up spare time with plant sales and garden tours. Some nurse, huh? … Continue reading
Posted in clippings, garden travel, garden visit Tagged ' Yucca pallida, Acanthus 'Morning Candle', Calystegia macrostegia, Eryngium 'Jade Frost', Fremontodendron 'Ken Taylor', Island Morning Glory, Leucadendron meridianum 'More Silver', Linum grandiflorum 'Rubrum', Papaver commutatum, poppies 10 Comments
anyone seen Persephone?
Mrs. Lazarus, the blog is back from the dead, from whence malevolent forces dragged it deep into the underworld lo these past few weeks, to emerge again battered but triumphant, like Persephone in time for spring. Apologies to Sylvia Plath … Continue reading