Tag: plant identification

Plant Profile: Magnolia ‘Leonard Messel’

Over the next few weeks I’m going to highlight here on the blog the plants I currently have in my garden in a series of “plant profiles”. Each plant profile reflects the horticulture industry expectations for the plant as well as how it is performing in my particular corner of the world.

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Wildflower ID Books: A Review

The snow may be melting here, but I know that getting new snow is still a very real possibility. And it could happen all the way through April. Or May. Or even June. I remember a couple years getting snow in June. But luckily from here on out any new snow we do get probably isn’t going to stick around for too long. ¬†Well, at least down here in the valley. There is still plenty of snow in the mountains – and that’s a good thing – but the truth is, I’ve already started dreaming about summer, and hiking, and wildflowers.

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