Tag: Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – June 2015

Now that we’ve finally gotten some rain again here in southeastern Pennsylvania, I decided to plant out a few pansies. Yeah, no–just kidding, obviously. But this is part of the spring tradition around here: making the rounds of area nurseries, including Ott’s Exotic Plants…

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – May 2015

After a delayed but rousing start, the promise of a glorious spring at Hayefield has pretty much fizzled out, due to the unusually dry conditions. Though other places near here have been blessed with some of the wet stuff, our little corner of the…

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – April 2015

It’s hard to believe that there were still some patches of snow around here just two weeks ago. Spring has definitely arrived, and things are changing daily, though you have to look pretty closely. Even on foot, the roadsides don’t appear too promising.

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – November 2014

Four acres of meadow and garden, and this is all the flowery goodness I could come up with Bloom Day this month. I suppose it’s not too bad, considering. We’ve been blessed with rather mild weather until two days ago, which has been good…

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – October 2014

Though we had a very light frost about 2 weeks ago, only the beans and sweet potato vines got nipped, so there’s still plenty to see. As I did last month, I’ve tried to limit myself to showing only what’s new this month.

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – September 2014

It’s hard to believe that today marks the seventh anniversary of my very first Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day post. GBBD itself, the glorious creation of Carol at May Dreams Gardens, started six months before that (Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day Inaugural Post). Over the years,…

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – August 2014

It’s been so cool here in southeastern Pennsylvania that, in some ways, it feels like this should be a September Bloom Day, rather than August. On the other hand, the lack of heat has slowed down many of the later bloomers, so some of…

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