Each month we celebrate the joy of the garden by grabbing clippers and taking to the yard to forage for leaves, flowers, seed heads, and yes, weeds, to make arrangements that bring the outside in. Here’s what’s happening in the August garden.
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(Left) Don’t have enough of one thing? Be creative!. A few stems ofBaby Pete™ Lily of the Nile, nearly bloomed out wands ofRussian sage, and orbs of Echinops have a wild side appeal. What’s that in front? Seed pods ofBlue Ribbons Bush Clematis. Considering its the end of the road for this part of the garden, pretty exciting!
(Above) Straight from the side of the road, these ornamental grass flowers were “weeds” worth celebrating!