Phlox in a Blue and White Jug - Limited Edition Print
Limited edition print from the flower painting by Anne Cotterill. Lithographic print on 300gsm archive quality paper using light-fast inks. Limited edition of 850, signed and numbered by the artist. Image size 10" x 10½" approx. (25.5 x 26.5. From an original oil painting. The painting depicts pink, white, purple and mauve Phlox in a blue and white china jug.
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Aiken House & Gardens
Hello everyone, September has started off with some much needed warm rain and somewhat cooler temperatures. It is also the first day of school here on the Island ~ summer went by so quickly. I have lots of hydrangeas blooming in the garden so I picked a bouquet to share with you. …
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New Year, New Inspirations - Sacramento Street
Reflecting on the past is the perfect way to help you get to a better tomorrow. Every year I look back and think about the past year and all that I’ve accomplished and overcome – the good and hard times. A new year brings a clean slate and a new path to follow. I think... Read more »
Jane Wells Loudon | The Victorian garden
- Loudon [née Webb], Jane (1807-1858), writer on botany and magazine editor, was born on 19 August 1807 at Ritwell House, near Birmingham. Her mother died when she was twelve, and her father, Thomas Webb, a businessman, suffered financial reverses a few years later. Little is known of Jane Webb's early education, but, following the death of her father in 1824, she set out to earn money by writing. In addition to Prose and Verse (1824) she published anonymously The Mummy!
Creeping Phlox/ATTRACTS: Ruby Throated Hummingbirds. Plant in rock borders. Great for sunny slopes. Use as a groundcover to control weeds. Great as a groundcover for erosion control. Prefers slightly dry soil. Plant with Red Oak Tree. Spreads quickly. "Scarlet Flame" Hummingbirds favorite. Pull grass out of as soon as you see it, will steal the nutrients. Mulch in Winter with dry leaves.
Phlox paniculat Blue Paradise in flower | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com
Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise' incredibly fragrant scented blue flowers perennial garden plant