• Posts Tagged ‘Autumn sage’

    Winter welcome in the Sierra foothill garden

    by  • December 17, 2014 • Garden, Winter

    Winter garden 2014

    A Winter walk-around What’s blooming? What’s happening? A walk through my garden just before Winter begins. First off, the patio has been cleared of summer projects, tools, soil and extra containers! I’ve put three sugar cones in three pots to act as a winter centerpiece for the table and all the cushions are in...

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    Happy is the meadow planter

    by  • October 6, 2013 • Meadow project

    3rd Year Meadow

    First weeks of Fall in the Sierra foothills The season has changed in the foothills around Oakhurst. The fierce heat of the last month has broken and the cool of this morning is delicious. I’ve been hand watering all along and I can see the end to this chore coming. I take stock of...

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    A garden seasoned with Autumn sage

    by  • November 28, 2011 • Fall, Garden, Plant Profiles

    Autumn sages, Salvia greggii, are low key shrubs most of the year. In cool seasons these evergreen mounding sages shine and give us blooms for a long period adding radiant color to the garden. Right now in my garden they are still in full bloom and it reminds me to buy more! I’d love...

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