A place for TWGC members to share what’s in your garden! Just send your photos via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Jack and Debbie Durham for sharing this terrific Brazilian Starfish pepper plant with me. It has a great shape and the star shaped peppers are pretty and delicious!
Late summer beauty in Mary Jo Eichinger’s garden
Paula Hartman shared this photo of New Bern lilies growing in front of the Captain Roberts memorial –the man who brought lilies to NB
Mary Jo Eichinger shared these photo’s from her trip to the Pittsburg Botanical Gardens. What a lovely way to spend a day!
Deb Tallman’s front walk is exploding with roses and scent! Knock out yellow (scented) and Tangerine Sky (scented) by Heritage .
Paula Hartman is enjoying this Amaryllis …in her garden
Marcia Sproul’s latest creation! February 2021
First Camelia of 2021 by Paula Hartman
December 2020 Deb Tallman is marveling at the continued bloom (and scent) on he Knockout rose . The Confederate Rose, planted from canes this spring is still putting out blooms even after a frost. Paula Hartman’s Trumpet Vine has “finally” bloomed.
Gail McLamb shared these photos of her late summer garden. Just lovely!
Night-blooming cereus is the common name referring to a large number of flowering ceroid cacti that bloom at night. The flowers are short lived, and some of these species, such as Selenicereus grandiflorus, bloom only once a year, for a single night. From Verna Kuyper’s beautiful garden
I (Deb Tallman) had a grand time at the Tryon Palace Fall plant sale. In addition to perennials and annuals, they also had trees, shrubs and herbs for sale. I can’t wait for this to all go …in my garden! I’m especially curious about the dwarf pomegranate trees.
Five months ago this was a cutting- now my Confederate Rose is getting ready to flower. End of summer flowering Coleus (Deb Tallman)
Ann Simpson shared this photo of her night blooming Cerus. Ann relates that: ” It blooms for one night only once a year and has a fabulous scent .I had five blooms this year. It is a tropical so the plant must be inside in the winter. I took the picture this wee , it lives in a pot on my deck in the summer.” Ann Simpson also shared a beautiful Gloriosa Lily form …in her garden
Maureen Loomer shared these two surprises from …in her garden! A late Yellow Swallowtail caterpillar just about pupate and a Lycoris Radiata that decided to pop up behind her rosemary!
Carol Letellier shared these photos of lilies …in her garden. A beautiful New Bern Lily and a spectacular Pineapple Lily with a yellow Swallowtail
Thank Verna Kuyper for sharing your lovely garden with TWGC and your beautiful Plumeria
Here is a lovely arrangement Debbie Durham made for a friend from …in her garden
Not exactly in the garden, but too neat not to share! Last year Jack and Debbie Durham’s Night Blooming Cerreus bloomed (a 1 night only performance) and a friend took a picture and made a sheet of postage stamps with their flower in full bloom.
Gail McLamb shared these wonderful shots of her yard. Just love the planted fountain!
Mystery Plant! Does anyone what this is? please email me at deborah_t_07760@yahoo
Paula Hartman shared this terrific Plumeria from In her garden
Thank You Gail McLamb for sharing this delightful water feature with Water Lily’s.
Verna Kuyper shared her lovely hibiscus and garden lady with us all. Thank you Verna!
Ann Simpson sent these photos of some of the specimen plants she grows! 1 is a stunning Brugmansia. 2 is an unusual Begonia. and 3 is a gorgeous Passion flower. Thank You Ann!
Marcia writes that she scored the flowers for this lovely arrangement from the $2 discount bucket at HT and then filled it out with a little road side filler! How lovely and practical!
Mary Jo Eichinger’s lovely herb garden and a photo of a little visitor checking out the neighborhood.
Gorgeous Bella Lugosi Day lily from Debbie and Jack Durham’s garden.
May 2020, Sue Wyatt shared these photos of sorrel she purchased five years ago at our herb sale! She just loves it! The second photo is a lovely border of coreopsis with salvia. Don’t you just love her use of complimentary colors?