The ginkgo in the photos must be one of the largest in the Southeast, and it was in full glory on Nov 13, the next photo was 3 days later. All the leaves had fallen in one day, and that golden carpet resulted.
Brand New Upgrade to Armitage’s Greatest Perennials and Annuals App Added to Benefit Local and Independent Garden Centers
The App has a new upgrade: Dr A’s Greatest Garden Centers. Any Independent Garden Centers are welcome to be listed at absolutely zero cost!! All gardeners and others interested in the right plants for their garden please share this with like-minded friends!
Good grief. I can’t believe how beautiful many of these vines continue to be. What you’re looking at is sky vine, otherwise known as Thunbergia grandiflora. It is October, but this has been flowering for weeks in Athens. However, since it is an annual, except in parts of Florida and the Gulf Coast, and because […]
Well…it is almost over. Summer veggies won’t be harvested much longer. However, in my garden, tomatoes keep coming and coming and coming. I could not help but take a photo for the greatest use of tomatoes -tomato sandwiches. What is it these tomatoes? I remember listening to the CEO of a major corporation, and when […]
I am presently in Montreal visiting the most spectacular plant display that I have seen in many years. It is Mosaiculture at the Montreal Botanical Garden. This International convention of Mosaiculture attracted more than 20 countries, including Canada, The United States, Japan and Thailand. Each produced a fabulous presentation in large and complex displays. There […]
Just in case you ever think that plants are boring, take a look at the living wall at Longwood Gardens. This is one of the most fascinating pieces of plant architecture you will ever see. Most of these plants are ferns, sedums or small tropicals. It is quite remarkable. By the way, all you need […]
Welcome. Dr. A here. I’m retired. Yeah, right. I’m not stopping! And it’s here that you will find proof. Let’s Rock and Roll!
On July 1, 2013, I handed the Trial Gardens at UGA torch to Dr. John Ruter. It has been a great ride, I will miss my baby, but I know she will be in good hands. One of the things I am doing with my spare time is taking gardeners all over the world to […]