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September 2015

Garden Decor: Garden-themed mugs

Garden-themed mugs While not exactly decor FOR the garden, these mugs are ABOUT the garden and would make a fine companion for a cup of tea sitting IN the garden. (SMILE)   Additional garden-themed mugs from Douglas E. Welch and more!   Previously in Garden Decor: Corrugated Steel Garden Beds (or re-purposed cattle troughs) Cast […]

Yellow Daylily – A Minute in the Garden 28 from A Gardener’s Notebook [Video]

A Minute in the Garden: A series from A Gardener’s Notebook The next in a series of garden minutes   See all the videos in “A minute in the garden” series in this YouTube playlist  Buy my garden photos on a variety of products directly from RedBubble Help Support A Gardener’ Notebook! Buy Garden and flower […]

Interesting Plant: Agave victoriae-reginae

Agave victoriae-reginae Another lovely agave which caught my eye as i was scrolling through Pinterest today. “Agave victoriae-reginae lv 2” by Stan Shebs. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons.  Discovered via Pinterest User Via Cheryl Northedge Agave victoriae-reginae (Queen Victoria agave, royal agave) is a small species of succulent flowering perennial plant, noted for its streaks of white on sculptured geometrical leaves, and popular […]

Fountain grass in a neighbor’s garden via Instagram [Photo]

  Fountain grass in a neighbor’s garden #grass #garden #gardenersnotebook #nature #plants #outdoors #beautiful via Instagram Follow me on Instagram Read more on this topic: Photo: Sunset on the grass – Get a variety of products with this photo at http://ift.tt/1MtvMiN #nofilter #grass #garden #nature #naturelover #outdoors #plant #beauty #sun #sunset #light via Instagram Photo: […]

Interesting Plant: Mountain Cornflower (Centaurea montana)

Mountain Cornflower (Centaurea montana) Small, blue flower, native to the mountains of Europe that adds interest to any garden.   Discovered via Pinterest User Longsight Nursery and Landscaping Centaurea montana (perennial cornflower,[1] mountain cornflower, bachelor’s button, montane knapweed or mountain bluet) is a species of Centaurea endemic to Europe. It is widespread and common in the more southerly mountain ranges of Europe, but is rarer […]

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Get this laptop sleeve and many more products at http://ift.tt/1hfrEWq #flowers #product #garden #gardenersnotebook #nature #beautiful #beauty #buy via Instagram Follow me on Instagram Read more on this topic: Get this flower laptop sleeve and more! – Also available on cards, notebooks, pillows and more! via Instagram [Photo] Photo: Buy these Firewheel Gaillardia products and […]

Garden Decor: Corrugated Steel Garden Beds (or re-purposed cattle troughs)

Garden Decor: Corrugated Steel Garden Beds (or re-purposed cattle troughs) Whether re-using existing cattle troughs or purchasing purpose-built troughs, this is a great way to create a raised bed garden that not only looks great, but also makes gardening accessible to those with mobility issues. I have also seen these trough placed on carts or wheels […]

A Welcome Rainy Day – – A Minute in the Garden 27 from A Gardener’s Notebook [Video]

A Minute in the Garden: A series from A Gardener’s Notebook The next in a series of garden minutes   See all the videos in “A minute in the garden” series in this YouTube playlist  Buy my garden photos on a variety of products directly from RedBubble Help Support A Gardener’ Notebook! Buy Garden and flower […]

Interesting Plant: Euphorbia ‘Black Bird’

Euphorbia ‘Black Bird’ A lovely, dark, and somewhat brooding euphorbia for your garden. Discovered via Pinterest User Jade Meador Compact bushy dark purple evergreen foliage even darker if in full sun. Upper bracts of Euphorbia Blackbird are bright yellow-green in spring in glorious contrast to the dark foliage. Makes a good container specimen.Features to Note: […]

In the Garden: Cooper’s Hawk (Accipiter cooperii) from September 11 & 12, 2015 [Video]

  A regular visitor to the garden, this Cooper’s Hawk appeared on both September 11 and 12, 2015. Two clips as the hawk sis, drinks and bathes in the birdbath. From Wikipedia… Cooper’s hawk (Accipiter cooperii) is a medium-sized hawk native to the North American continent and found from Southern Canada to Northern Mexico. As […]