Monthly Archives: November 2017

First frost but the garden is still going….

The was a first light frost down to about 29f  last week but many Fall bloomers are still in bloom….

The basjoo banana have a little bit of frost damage on the upper leaves

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And eastern red maples are very colorful

And more maples

And I traveled to the coast of North Carolina over Thanksgiving and enjoyed the warm weather … and the various palms ..

Cabbage palmettos

A California fan palm (Washingtonia)

The Atlantic Ocean

Instead of a traditional thanksgiving dinner we had an oyster roast!

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Fall color and bloomers

Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Jelena’ (Witch Hazel)


Fortune’s Sweet Olive (Osmanthus x fortunei)


Basjoo banana (Musa basjoo)


Eastern Red Maple (Acer rubrum)


Salvia puberula ‘El Butano”. 


And Camellia sasanqua – unknown cultivar


Of course- Buttefly Ginger : Hedychium coronarium


It’s not over! The Prunus mume will be next!

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