Author Archives: Jayne in Georgia

About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.

Six!

Quickly, here are six. Heat, Humidity and afternoon thunderstorms abound. This morning there is a slight break so here quickly are six things blooming in my garden. Please join the propagator http://thepropagatorblog on his site to see more blooms from … Continue reading

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Just like July

Waking this morning, the scene outside from my window, was blurred by the condensation of a very humid day. The irony is that we have had a well dug for garden use, and it’s been raining quite a bit ever … Continue reading

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Some scenes from a Pollinator Garden

Today, I take you to the Sparrow Field Pollinator Garden on Skidaway Island, GA. Every Friday morning, a small group of women and a couple of men work to keep this area along a golf course a beautiful berm of … Continue reading

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Jubilant June

The Queen’s jubilant celebration of 70 years on the throne couldn’t be held at any better time of the year…June. The old saying, June is busting out all over, is apt. The Chelsea flower show, the Queen on her balcony, … Continue reading

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Blooms in May

There was so much happening in April and this year the weather has blessed Savannah with a cool dryness,….yes, we all like the rain to wash the garden, but the humidity in Savannah can be brutal. 2022 has been quite … Continue reading

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Saturday flowers

The garden is a mess, because of wind and rain and our no-show lawn guy. But the plants bloom on. I am joining the Propagator as usual on Saturday…. well, not exactly usual, but I do try to carve some … Continue reading

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Long on Lorapetalum

You might say we are long on lorapetalum on Skidaway Island. As a member of the same family as witch hazel, they can take the occasional freeze of a cold Winter here. But best of all, the deer don’t eat … Continue reading

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Saturday, Sunday, so What?

I so appreciate the Six on Saturday posts from The Propagator blog. Check out his bloghttp://thepropagatorblog.wordpress.com, It is a check point in my week. A checkpoint that I hardly ever check off until Sunday or Monday. The expression, better late … Continue reading

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Monday Blooming

That’s what is blooming in February. Hop on over to the http://thepropagatorblog.wordpress.com for his Six on Saturday. And wish him good health!

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Six on Saturday

My Six plants a growing (sorry the 12 Days of Christmas is still playing in my head!) on this Saturday…. On my daily walks I am seeing more and more camellias in bloom. Love to see them in January! The … Continue reading

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