Let’s Just Say That I Like Gardening Much Better Than Building And Uploading Websites

After much ado, I think that you will see the restructured Minerva’s Garden website within 48 hours, and maybe sooner than that.  Until that time, you might get an error message when you try to visit the page, but don’t worry, you should be able to see the new website very shortly!   I will announce it on the blog here when all is up and running well.

In the meantime, here is another pretty combination from the garden:

The brown plant in the center is Anthriscus sylvestris ‘Ravenswing,’ a beautiful perennial that has umbrels of white flowers on long stems above the crown of the plant in bloom now.  Behind it is a great old garden rose called ‘Rose de Rescht’.  An excellent choice for smaller gardens, it truly stays between three and four feet tall, and has lovely dark rose-colored flowers.  Keep it deadheaded and fertilized, and it will bloom all summer.  In front of these plants are forget me nots, daylilies not yet in bloom, iris that just finished blooming, and a random feverfew bottom center, and Lamb’s Ears on the left side.


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