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My name is Deborah Elliott. I live in the wooded land in Helena, Alabama...
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I have been publishing this blog for over ten years, and sometimes I think I am running out of things to say. I wonder if people are tired ..read more
2020 is here! It is a fun year to say and write, and surely it is full of potential. But first, one look back to 2019. About this time ..read more
I am happy to report that I have completed my final garden project of 2019. It was a lot of heavy work, and nothing brings satisfaction ..read more
It is true that this year's autumn colors were affected by late summer drought and high heat. However, even as many leaves are crispy and ..read more
We gardeners are so tuned to the weather; it seems I begin every post with a weather report! But I have to say: After summer gripped us ..read more
Crocus pulchellus, the hairy crocus, is a fall blooming crocus. Plant fall-blooming crocuses for delightful drifts of color when little ..read more
Fall has come, at last! Temps have dropped about thirty degrees, and some life-sustaining rain is making me and my plants happy. Overnight ..read more
Drought and burning temperatures persist. Here is what my front garden looks like now: The arborvitae ferns (in the foreground) are ..read more
I was gazing at a garden magazine the other day. It featured an English garden in late summer; colorful masses of blooming perennials ..read more
Cuphea llavea, commonly called Bat-faced Cuphea, is a real conversation starter. It has lance-shaped green leaves and tubular flowers ..read more

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