Posts Tagged ‘garden glossary’

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Autumn’s Light Series: Photo 2

November 4, 2013

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Flowing beneath the oak branches, the sun’s rays magically turned Salvia ‘Maraschino’ gilt and deciduous appearing. But the foliage of this evergreen perennial was and still is green. What a treat, mid-morning, to view the highlighted foliage from my office window!

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Soulful Plotting: Garden Term of the Week

October 28, 2011

Bolting: 

Premature formation of flower and seedstalk usually in biennial crops during the first year of growth and in crops during a heat wave.

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Soulful Plotting: Garden Terms

October 21, 2011

Ped

A single natural soil aggregate such as crumb, prism, or granule.

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Soulful Plotting

September 23, 2011

AHS:

Abbreviation for the American Horticultural Society.

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Soulful Plotting

September 16, 2011

Cyme

A flat-topped or domed flower head in which the center flowers open first.

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Soulful Plotting

September 9, 2011

Sapling
A very young tree.

Leader

The main shoot of a sapling that eventually becomes the trunk of the tree.

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Soulful Plotting

September 2, 2011

Framework:

The bare branches or skeleton of a tree or shrub.

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