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Honey, an herbal delicacy

Honey in the mouth won’t help bitterness in the heart. Yiddish Proverb Autumn has tinted the foliage of our trees with brush strokes the color of honey. Look around. The golden rod, mums and turning leaves are speaking the language … Continue reading

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SCENT

The Chagrin Valley Herb Society Library Garden at the Bainbridge Library is just beautiful at this time of the year. The color in the tea house garden is just inspiring. The potpourri garden is well worth your attention. Come to … Continue reading

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The Bunny Bath

On the right a pot of geraniums and hibiscus; just dirt in the area of this garden it is July 21st, 8 pm, 76 degrees and less humid in the enclosure is much grass grass with abundant clover. Every day … Continue reading

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My garden is coming to life; with a little help

March 21 2015, 10AM temp 42 degrees, no sun,no wind,snow is gone, thankfully. Rake in hand, ready to assault the firmly packed fall leaves and remaining vegetation from last fall. Tarp in place for easy removal of “unwanted” stuff. Pe’pe, … Continue reading

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A visit at Eden Gardens, Wesley House, Point Washington, Florida

While visiting with friends in Florida in February, we toured the Eden Gardens and the Wesley House, located in Point Washington FL in the panhandle. What a delight for those of us who like history and gardens. The Wesley House … Continue reading

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Travel Report: mansions and gardens of classical town Weimar in Germany

This is a travel report of a trip to the famous German town of Weimar, which isĀ  home to several cultural memorial sites called ” Classical Weimar”. You may ask yourself why a report of classical Weimar at this herb … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2015

I was sitting at my kitchen table and looking at the snow-covered garden in front of the window thinking about what had happened the last year as I am always doing these days shortly after New Year’s Day and probably … Continue reading

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