I don't know if I'll find a dried up rose on the 15th for the next bloom day or not. Regardless, fellow gardeners from all climates, Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day will take place all through the winter.
You'll be surprised how clever and resourceful we temperate climate gardeners can be when it comes to finding blooms in the winter time.
Are you wondering where Hortense Hoelove is and what happened to her Friday advice column? Me, too. She went off to the garden late this summer, and hasn't returned yet. But if she gets a few questions, she might be lured back to answer some of them this winter. Send questions for Hortense to me at my Indygardener email address or leave them in the comments.
There is a big rumor going around about a new bunny in town for Thanksgiving, who is of that same ilk as the Christmas Cottontail and the Halloween Hare. I love how non-commercialized Thanksgiving is, how if you do it right it can be a nice harvest celebration, a celebration of gardening. I hope the Thanksgiving Thumper doesn't ruin that!
One of the greatest compliments one garden blogger can pay to another garden blogger is to expand upon an idea they've posted about, with a link back. Please check out this post on the Greensparrow Gardens blog. Thank you, Greensparrow!
TGIF, Thank God It's
I hope you have a nice weekend, too! Will you get to spend some of it in your garden? I hope so!