[Snapshots from Oak Ridge] Instead of the Loaves & Fishes, the Hosta & Hydrangeas

While I love strolling through a garden center looking for just the right plant for a particular spot in my garden, most of my plants were not purchased, and my garden is not so much planned as it is cobbled together out of what I had to work with. At least half of my garden consists [Read More…]

[Snapshots from Oak Ridge] Red, White, and Blue

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[Snapshots from Oak Ridge] Banishing the Bugs

For the past few springs, my lilies have been infested early in spring by red lily leaf beetles, which, if left alone, will destroy lilies and related plants. I have resorted to hand picking of beetles off my plants combined with a good spray of insecticide just once early in the season, at a time [Read More…]

[Snapshots from Oak Ridge] It Bloomed After All

I’m starting a simple Friday tradition of posting a snapshot from the environment in which I write here on Oak Ridge Lane. This idea came because, as I sit outside on my bench writing, I find myself wishing I could share the sunlit beauty of my garden. Of course, what is possible in June will [Read More…]


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