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Photo: Butterfly in Spring from The Gardens at Lake Merritt

Buy this photo on a variety of products directly from RedBubble More photos from Douglas E. Welch and A Gardener’s Notebook on Flickr   Read more on this topic: Photo: Pink Geranium (Pelargonium) at The Gardens at Lake Merritt, Oakland, California Photo: Pink Rhododendron at The Gardens at Lake Merritt, Oakland, California with products available […]

Garden History: Leading you down the garden path

The first thing I thought when looking at this picture was the old phrase, “Lead you down the garden path.” Whether for good or ill, this garden path is sure to distract anyone from their cares or worries for more than a moment. The lovely combination of blue, white and pink (probably hand colored) provides […]

Garden Alphabet: Hibiscus (Malvaceae)

Garden Alphabet: Hibiscus (Malvaceae) I have some lovely yellow hibiscus here in the garden, but this example from a neighbor’s garden caught my eye. The dark red in the center, fading to pink along the outside edges seemed just right somehow.  Hibiscus are a popular plant in most gardens here in Southern California, although they are […]