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Ramblin' in the Garden

Collecting Mahonias (and Other Treasures)

Flowers of ‘Charity’ are shorter and held more upright, but I suspect this is due more to habitat rather than a difference in cultivars.

A handful of hybrid mahonia cultivars (Mahonia x media) are barely distinguishable from one another, but I’ve determined to obtain one or more of each. Multiples are necessary to plant in varied conditions, so at least one if not all will thrive.

Ramblin' Through Dave's Garden: A Wet Snow

The snowy view from the kitchen window.

There is no reason for concern with this morning’s snowfall, at least not in this garden, though there are reports that areas nearby have greater accumulation. Though the snow is wet and branches are arching, there will not be enough in this garden to cause any damage. 

Ramblin' Through Dave's Garden: Cold on the Way

Ogon spirea flowers in late winter, but it is not unusual to see scattered blooms in late autumn.

Scattered late blooms of spirea, azalea, and Rankin jasmine vine are a curiosity (particularly as they stray into December), but hardly unusual following mild autumn temperatures.

News / What's Happening

Meadows Farms Nurseries Listed in Top 5 Independent Garden Centers for 2016

Meadows Farms Nurseries has been listed in the top five Independent Garden Centers by Garden Center Magazine for 2016.