Spring 2015


    As in 2013, spring was late. This time the cold weather that lasted until the first week in April. The native azaleas were opened along with the common azaleas. Between 2013 and 2015, the abundance of rain after years of drought has produced much rapid growth. Early in February we dug up our rose garden, amended it, and planted 37 new rose bushes.  It took almost a week, but the roses are thriving.

   At the beginning of May, the garden will be on the Druid Hills House and Garden Tour. There may be an epilogue to this page.


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