September 2, 2021 – Thursday Jacki Kellum Notebook Whet I did today in my garden: J Yuletide Camellia – Image Credit Newswire – University of Georgia Today, I moved my Yuletide Camellia Early this spring, I bought a Yuletide Camellia.
This is the third time that I have launched a Cottage Garden Living website. I began garden blogging at least 10 years ago, but for one reason or another, I would repeatedly suspend that effort. Yet, I have consistently been
Nothing sings the song of autumn more eloquently than coneflowers withering on their stems. Mid-July I was at a nursery, purchasing a perennial that had passed its season, and I explained to the salesperson: “It’s ok. Spring will come again.
I have a very distinctive taste in gardening–it is a bit like me. My garden is loud–in a prayerful sort of way. The colors in my garden clamor for attention and as they call, they challenge each other. But during
Jacki Kellum Garden Early Spring “Long before winter is ready to leave the cottage garden, spring has started to coax blossoms from the bare branches and the cold dark soil. Hazel twigs are hung with yellow ‘lamb’s tail’ catkins, and