I mentioned in a previous post that Iseli Nursery gave us five dwarf conifers to take home. If you’d like to see what I did with part of mine, please head on over to Oklahoma Examiner.com.
I don’t know if I mentioned it, but I now write as the Oklahoma Gardening Examiner three times a week. I try not to repeat myself, so the material you read on there should be somewhat different. Also, those articles have a different voice than my writing on here, which is more about my personal garden journey.
Thanks for reading, and I’ll try to have a new post up on RDR in a day or two. HH and I are going to the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve tomorrow. Can’t wait to tell you all about it.
Meanwhile, I’m headed outside on this most beautiful of fall days to eat my lunch.
Want to join me? I’ll meet you under the arbor.
I’m visiting you from Blotanical, Dee. Your post is no. 152 on the list.
What a gorgeous display at Fairy Gardens.
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I can’t get over how grand those sedums are in the front of that picture. I love to see the chicks falling off the wall.
I really don’t see how you put out such quality information for all these sites. It never disappoints me.
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What a magical miniature garden….I did enjoy your article for the Examiner, too. How about appetizers before dinner, I am running late today! I do want to hear about your tall prairie visit.
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Yolanda Elizabet says
Just read your Goblin Garden for Halloween, that was fun! And how nice that you now write 3 articles a week for the OGE.
BTW this is a nice arbour we’re sitting under, very nice indeed and on such a glorious day. Can you pour me another cuppa tea? Thanks!
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Hi Dee, I clicked over to read your examiner articles. Very nice work. The halloween fairy garden is very cute. Glad to get a glimps into your day job.
Lisa at Greenbow says
Dee, that photo of minatures is stunning. I can’t wait to see what you did with your plants. I would love to meet you at the arbor for lunch sometime.
Beautiful. I like what they did with the sedum in front. The contrasty foliage all works great together.