Tag Archives: Podophyllum pleianthum

The Pod invasion and a few other fun things

Let’s take a look at what is brewing in the garden, shall we?    

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Wednesday Vignette – anticipation and surprise

Things are beginning to emerge out there. Some are surprises, some are mysteries, and some I haven’t owned long enough to recognize. Let’s start with the surprise, shall we? I have a large clump of Podophyllum pleianthum growing behind my … Continue reading

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Mysterious holes…

Learned something interesting earlier this spring. A man came into the nursery, and asked if we could help him identify what was wrong with his Hosta leaves. They had holes, but there was no sign of anything eating them. Instead, … Continue reading

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Foliage Follow-up Day, February 2015 – A sneak peak of good things to come, and a homage to Marty Feldman.

Behind in my blogging as usual – today my only FF-U Day offering consists of one shot from my far-too-early spring garden, and one recent fun acquisition. My second feature this February is more about the container than the contained. … Continue reading

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