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'Dublin Bay' with lupine and Clematis 'Jackmanii Superba' on our front gate I hope the colors in my rose photos come out okay as I suffered an accident involving a tree limb and my eyeball. Day one was agony (and of course it would happen on a Sunday) but I am feeling better today and after seeing my eye doctor this morning, I feel a lot better. It actually happened on a good weekend as the weather is too hot to be working in the garden. I decided to work on photos I've taken over the past few weeks to recuperate and escape the heat. Of course, that involves working on the computer and in Gimp in which great eyesight is needed. Bear with me! 'Lady of Shalott' The roses got off to a late start this year because of the cool spring. It has also been wet which has encouraged black spot. Powdery mildew doesn't seem to be as bad this year.  'Alchymist' 'Mary Rose' 'Marie Pavie' 'Lady Emma Hamilton' 'Gertrude Jekyll' bei

Garden Open Days


As part of the Hardy Plant Society's Open Gardens program, our garden will be open on the following dates. If you are not a member of HPSO (and I encourage you to do so!), contact me personally for an appointment.

Sunday, May 29 - 10-4
Sunday, June 5 - 10-4
Saturday, June 11 - 10-4 (part of the West Clark County Mini Tour consisting of five additional gardens in the area)




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  1. Yay! Surely I can make one of those dates...

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  2. Best wishes with your open days, Phillip! If you weren't over a thousand miles away, I'd totally be there.

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