Mexican Sage

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A Beautiful Autumn Blossom   The name Salvia derives from the Latin salvere~'to feel well and healthy, health, heal' There are hundreds of varieties, from ornamental to culinary. I have about 70 feet of this marvelous Sage, Salvia Leucantha or Mexican Sage. This woody stemmed perennial is quite drought tolerant and grows to about … [Read more...]

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Autumn Front Porch

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  The Bird Girl Welcomes You! I had a terrific time visiting my siblings in South Carolina last weekend. I helped my sister and brother-in-law prepare for the Fall Flower Show this coming weekend, October 4-6 at the Florence Farmer's Market on 52. Their booths are Lawhon Produce. They have an amazing array of Mums and … [Read more...]

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Fog and a Faux Fall Morning

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The Unseasonable South We're in another season of rain in Georgia - Yesterday, Dearest was at his parent's farm helping the family prepare for our annual Family Reunion. Usually it is so hot and dry, yesterday they were happy to get the clean up done despite the rain! I spent the day indoors painting in the kitchen. I think I could paint in my … [Read more...]

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Romantic Dinner for Two

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Cottage Style   I love cozy round tables in a room, especially near a couch or two chairs...they invite an amiable atmosphere for two to sit together to enjoy each other's company.   I love the Romantic Cottage style of my green room, the room I often refer to as my retreat. There I have my grandmother's couch, … [Read more...]

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Novembris mensis

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Sweet November sweet november Things you may or may not know about the month of November   Originally named in the ancient Roman calendar - from the Latin novem -meaning nine. November is the eleventh month in the Julian and the widely accepted Gregorian calendars. The determination of the length of days and … [Read more...]

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Autumn Twilight

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In the Garden Preparing for the winter. The late year in-between time. Some summer flowers are giving their last show as autumn flowers dazzle the eye. 'For autumn is your awakening, While the world prepares for winter's sleep. Summer has quickly slipped away, While your colors of coral run deep'.  Mark Anderson, … [Read more...]

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Full Moon Tonight

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The Harvest Moon will rise tonight - it is the full moon that rises closest to the autumnal equinox which occurred on September 22. The moon has been growing larger each night and on the night of September 29 and on the 30th the full harvest moon will shine. The full moon will hit it's crest after 11 pm. EST. It is said that … [Read more...]

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Pumpkins

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Pink is the New Orange Pink Pumpkin Patch is debuting a natural pink-skinned pumpkin all across the country this October! These pumpkins are perfect for your Fall Cottage decor!   They come in various sizes and are perfect for your table's centerpiece, as a jack-o-lantern, or an outdoor accent. I called around and … [Read more...]

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Cottage Garden

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August Garden Chores for the South   August is a good time to begin planning for Fall and next spring in the south - and these are things you too can begin to think about if you're in a different location - the seasonal changes are coming to us all. August is a wonderful time to peruse garden catalogs and to plan and … [Read more...]

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All Things Bright and Beautiful

The LORD God Made Them All ‘wild is the music of autumnal winds the faded woods’. William Wordsworth And A Frosty November Moon   I was prepared for it. Under an overcast sky, the autumn foliage seemed to glow. There was a change coming – our first freeze.      November’s full moon shone brightly surrounded … [Read more...]

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