"There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October." Nathaniel Hawthorne.
One dozen zinnia bouquets delivered to Mountain View Health Care today. The residents loved the bright colors and most of them remembered zinnias by another name - OLD MAIDS.
Participate in " The Great Georgia Pollinator Census " on August 23rd and 24th. This is a statewide project, a citizen science initiative where Georgians across the state count & record pollinators in their garden for 15 minutes. SEE THE website great
Hosta blooms, autumn fern, lacecap hydrangea, purple hydrangea, pink lilies which go by many names: Resurrection Lily; Magic Lily; Surprise Lily and Naked Lady Lily. These lilies are beautiful and unusual. Strappy green leaves emerge from bulbs in the fall or spring, dying down to leave only tall, bare stems in the summer.
Floral arrangements designed by Marlee Price using native cup flower were delivered to Mountain View Health Care Residents.
Tuesday, July 23, 6-8 PM, is our second Zaxby's Spirit Night Fundraiser. Help us fund horticultural scholarships for Rabun students. Join us - dine in or drive thru - we will receive 10% of all sales during this time period. Hope to see you there!
Chanterelles generally occur from late spring through late summer or early fall here in North Georgia. Chanterelles largely grow near hardwoods like maple, poplar, and oak but it's not uncommon to find them around white pines.