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Woodland tapestry: Jay Sifford’s garden of foliage, art, and light

In Charlotte, NC, last weekend, I visited the garden of designer Jay Sifford. I arrived under leaden skies and drizzly rain, but the garden sparkled with raindrops, its tapestry of colorful foliage glowing in the dim light. I knew immediately I was in for a treat.… Read More The post Woodland tapestry: Jay Sifford’s garden of foliage, art, and light appeared first on Digging. ...


Spring marvels and cleanup

April 17, 2019 April unfurls new marvels to appreciate each day, like the glaucous berries of ‘Marvel’ mahonia that appeared after its yellow flowers faded in late winter. I’ve been trialing ‘Marvel’ mahonia from Southern Living Plant Collection since fall … Read More The post Spring marvels and cleanup appeared first on Digging. ...


Wildflowers and Succulents: A Texas-English garden, part 2

Doorways in chunky stucco walls frame vista after flowery vista in the garden of Jenny Stocker, also known as Rock Rose, the title of her blog. I showed you half of her Austin garden yesterday. Today Ill lead you through the rest, starting with the sunken garden between her back porch and swimming pool.… Read More The post Wildflowers and Succulents: A Texas-English garden, part 2 appeared first on Digging. ...


Foxgloves and cacti: A Texas-English garden, part 1

Ah, let us return to the always-stunning garden of Jenny Stocker, aka Rock Rose. Born and raised in England, Jenny and her husband, David, many years ago adopted Texas as their home. Jennys garden, a series of walled courtyards surrounding their contemporary home, reflects her English roots but also shows a Texas taste for tough, waterwise plants including cactus and agave. … Read More The post Foxgloves and cacti: A Texas-English garden, part 1 appeared first on Digging. ...


Creative display gardens at The Natural Gardener

The Natural Gardener beckoned as a fun first stop on my wildflower drive last Wednesday. Mom was with me, and after we stashed a bunch of new plants in the car, we stepped back out to explore the nurserys colorful display gardens. … Read More The post Creative display gardens at The Natural Gardener appeared first on Digging. ...


Hill Country bluebonnet drive

Bluebonnets peak a little later in the Hill Country than in Austin and San Antonio. The superbloom I photographed south of San Antonio two weeks ago whetted my appetite for more, and since Austins roadside bonnets have faded, I headed into the Hill Country on Wednesday. … Read More The post Hill Country bluebonnet drive appeared first on Digging. ...