Tag: Morning Glory ‘Heavenly Blue’

A Quiet Autumn: GBBD, October 2013

Autumn seems to be pretty subdued in these parts. Very little foliage color, and fewer flowers than normal. My theory is that many of the flowers threw in the towel early because it has been pretty dry since the beginning of August. And the warm fall has kept the leaves green late into the season. …

Blooms of Late September

When we returned from vacation a week ago the garden was looking a bit neglected. The grass was overgrown, perennials were flopping and needed rectification. This past weekend I started getting things back into proper order, but also took stock of our autumn blooms. Of course, autumn is about asters, and I have many species …

Should Have Known Better

You may have read ┬ámy earlier post where I wrote about how I wanted to grow morning glories (Ipomoea tricolor) on my new tuteur. Judy and I have a history with morning glories. We grew it in our first garden, if you can call it a garden. We had just moved in together, into an …