Spigelia marilandica Indian Pink or Woodland Pinkroot
Today in the garden my Acanthus blooms. This is the plant whose leaves inspired the foliage design on Corinthian Columns. a.k.a. Bear’s Breeches. I don’t know why.
It is another cross quarter day…and a fine one here in my small Georgia garden. We are halfway between the fall equinox when day and night were the same length…and… Read more summer’s end…samhain…halloween →
by Sarah Fay Campbell Oct. 01, 2016 As summer melts away, one traditional feature was absent this year, nighttime mosquito fogging truck trips noisily sputtering up and down Newnan streets. The city of Newnan has been spraying for mosquitoes for many years. Exactly how many years seems to be lost in the mists of […] via City quietly ends mosquito fogging program — nospraynewnan