8 comments


  • Leta

    This is why I always take a week off at the end of February – beginning of March to attend the Philadelphia Flower Show. By then I just need to see green growing things.

    January 29, 2014
    • Meleah

      Leta, I keep meaning to go to that show. I’ve heard so many great things about it. I’m going to make a note in my calendar right now so I remember to try to go next year. Have a great time, and email a photo or two if you feel like it. I would love to share them with others who didn’t attend the show. Have a wonderful time! – m

      January 30, 2014
  • Kathy Childers

    Wonderful! I’m so with you on this. Hate the cold, won’t move, can’t wait till spring. Thanks for the eye candy.

    January 29, 2014
    • Meleah

      You’re welcome! Thanks, Kathy. 🙂

      January 30, 2014
  • Linda LaFleur

    Thanks for the great article and photos! I’m guessing the seeds are from goldenrod. Probably the showy goldenrod, solidago speciosa. I planted those in my yard, too. They are SO prolific! 😀

    January 30, 2014
    • Meleah

      Hi Linda, Thanks very much for your note, and your thought that it might be goldenrod. It very well could be. I know there is some goldenrod in the mix out there on the boulevard and I didn’t pay attention to what was going to seed. I really ought to take some photos of that spot so I can tell what’s what when everything looks like a dry stick in the fall. – m

      January 30, 2014
  • maryisidra

    Hello. I am new to you. Seems my cold brain cannot remember where from,oh well. The very fact that you live “up-there” is amazing to me. I am one of those southerners that freeze up at the very thought of your temps,although it has been cold for us this year. Thank you for sharing your pictures nice to see some green. I am placing my order with Baker tomorrow. I really love those folks! In fact I think that their catalog has been my winter therapy. Glad to meet you looking forward to more soon. Yes spring will be here. Your new Alabama follower,Mary.

    January 30, 2014
    • Meleah

      Hi Mary,
      Thanks for your kind note. I’m sorry for the late reply. It seems that my spam filter has been overly aggressive in blocking emails coming into my blog and I’m just now figuring that out and trying to correct it. I don’t know how I live here either, honestly! And I completely agree that the Baker catalog is winter therapy. Take good care and I hope you’re out enjoying your garden. We’ve still got a month or more to go before we can get out and dig in the dirt, I imagine. – m

      April 07, 2014

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