Author Archive: Britt

Heavenly Hydrangea, Simply Green?

Heavenly Hydrangea, Simply Green?

Lacecap Hydrangea Gakuajisai Macrophylla © Britt Conley These bountiful blooms are seemingly ever bursting year after year.  Well, most years. Hydrangea Quercifolia...

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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday by Britt Conley

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Photographing the Gems in your Garden

Photographing the Gems in your Garden

One of the joys of having a garden is instant access, no matter the weather, no matter the light. Gem by Britt Conley And that access if often best in soft light. ...

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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday by Britt Conley

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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday by Britt Conley

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Purple Allium (Onion Flower)

Purple Allium (Onion Flower)

Out of the hundreds of Alliums, Globe Master is one of the perfect canopy toppers for border gardens.  They rise up to a royal presence in just about any garden. Purple...

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Winterthur and its Gardens: Delightful Friends

Winterthur and its Gardens: Delightful Friends

It’s been a very long time since I’ve been up to Winterthur Estate and Gardens and a long time coming as well! This past weekend I decided it was time...

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Winter’s Symphony

Winter’s Symphony

The end of fall is always a treat. Everything appears to be dying away and yet it’s not… All the lovely movement is really a whirling symphony in response...

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The Greenhouse

The Greenhouse

Took this the other week while wandering around the greenhouse at Longwood Gardens.  What I especially love about this, is how it illustrates what I feel like when...

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Sweet-Alyssum

Sweet-Alyssum

Little bulbous rounds of floret’s, each holding a garden of their own. Sweet-Alyssum © Britt Conley Lobularia maritma or better known as Snow Crystals Britt

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