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In The Getty Garden via Instagram

In The Getty Garden The Getty Center I believe this is a Kniphofia.   and Follow Me Join me on Douglas E. Welch Photography on Facebook Learn more about the Getty Center †† Learn more about Los Angeles with these books †† * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs ** Many of […]

Coleus Kong “Salmon Pink” via Instagram

Coleus Kong “Salmon Pink” On the patio this morning Follow A Gardener’s Notebook on Facebook    and Follow Learn more about Coleus with these books †† * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs ** Many of these books may be available from your local library. Check it out! † Available […]

First Bulbs Appear In The Garden

First Bulbs Appear In The Garden Here in Los Angeles, our bulbs — in this case, paperwhites — start to rise in the Winter, usually after our first good rain. Still waiting on that rain though.  Follow A Gardener’s Notebook on Facebook  and Follow Read more on this topic: Photo: Bulbs a-rising 2012 The bulbs […]

19 The Fruits and Fruit Trees of Monticello | Douglas E. Welch Holiday Gift Guide 2017

See all the 2017 Gift Guide Entries 19 The Fruits and Fruit Trees of Monticello I was doing some research for my wife’s next book today and came across this book as a source. While I had only planned on mining it for the information I needed, I found myself reading entire sections. It is […]

Rhododendron at University of Otago via Instagram

Rhododendron at University of Otago A late Winter/early Spring rhododendron blooms on the campus of the University of Otago. Join me on Douglas E. Welch Photography on Facebook Learn more about rhododendron with these  books * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs ** Many of these books may be available […]

08 The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden | Douglas E. Welch Holiday Gift Guide 2017

See all the 2017 Gift Guide Entries 08 The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver (Author), Marion Brenner (Photographer) If you truly want to know and understand a garden, you need to walk the garden with the owner, the creator, the designer or the head gardener. They can show […]

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Artificial intelligence identifies plant species by looking at them via Boing Boing

There have been several apps that perform similar AI matching and each of them gets better with every iteration. Often they are good enough to get you into the right botanical ballpark so you can do more traditional research from there. That can significantly reduce the amount of time required to figure out exactly what plant […]

In The Garden…New strawberry pots

A week or so ago we picked up 2 new strawberry pots form the nursery. While the strawberries in our containers have been doing well, those in the ground were languishing. We figured it was best to get the remaining plants into containers and retrofit the bed to make it a little better for whatever […]

Rudbeckia in Fall Colors via Instagram

Rudbeckia in Fall Colors An amazing rudbeckia flower shines out in the Autumn sun.  Join the conversation on A Gardener’s Notebook on Facebook  * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs ** Books on rudbeckia may be available from your local library. Check it out! Read more on this topic: Epiphyllum […]