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Springtime in Jeff’s garden

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Picea koreana 'Silberlocke'

Welcome back everyone! Here’s hoping we are back in business! Today’s photos are from Jeff Calton in Tennessee.

He says, “I do a walkabout every morning and every evening just to see what’s new and to snip, deadhead, and pull what weeds have popped up. It’s a surprise every time–sometimes good and sometimes not so much.  Last evenings walk was good!  Finally things are starting to show their stuff.”

It all looks great to me, Jeff! Thanks so much for sharing.

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    meander_michaele 05/22/2014

    Well, Jeff, you must start your day off with a smile and end it in the same way...everything looks great! So glad you kept some of the head planters for yourself...they are quite captivating.

  2. MichelleGervais 05/22/2014

    I know the layout in this new format is wonky. I have a few options I'll play with in the next few posts.

  3. PerenniallyCrazy 05/23/2014

    Hi Michelle, Jeff and Michaele! Happy to see Jeff's Yoga Froggo on the return of GPOD. Been wondering when GPOD would return. I love the site's new look and additional features BTW.

    Congrats to Tim Vojt on his feature on the current issue which I yet have to get my hands on. Can't wait!

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      Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 06/09/2014

      Thanks for the congrats! It's so exciting for me and fortuitously planned; this spring we had to cut down the enormous cherry tree that created the shade on the shady side, so it soon will have to change to a somewhat different garden. In the meantime it will be somewhat scorched and not very photo-worthy!

      1. PerenniallyCrazy 06/09/2014

        I'm sure you'll welcome that as a new project. Can't wait to see the transformation. Have a great week Tim! -Cherry

  4. user-1020932 05/23/2014

    glad you're up and running but man one has to jump thru hoops to comment.

    1. PerenniallyCrazy 05/23/2014

      They're testing our loyalty...

    2. beckysspring 06/03/2014

      I agree with you completely.. I don't understand why we can not enlarge the pictures. I have a question about your succulents... How do you winter them over?

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      Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 06/09/2014

      Hey Jeff! Looks great, despite the photo quality. Finally got the time to go back to see what I missed. I think I have that same phygelius and Iove the heuchera or heucherella.

  5. user-1020932 05/25/2014

    no clue who designed and built this new website but it blows bigtime. nothing positive to say about any of it

    1. Meelianthus 06/04/2014

      You know, you might be right Jeff. So far, it sucks, maybe it will become a bit more familiar soon - hopefully!

      1. Meelianthus 06/04/2014

        P.S. I really enjoyed seeing your gardens.

  6. user-7006916 05/25/2014

    Hi Jeff. I built this site, along side lots of data and user studies.

    Im sorry you mind that the GPOD experience is different, but we are working to make this transition as seamless as possible. DISQUS (our new comments system) was implemented to get the garden discussion started on numerous topics, not just GPOD.

    Thank you for transitioning alongside us. We can only hope that you continue visiting finegardening.com for botanical inspiration.

    1. user-1020932 05/26/2014

      Antonio, thanks for your reply but my opinion still stands. GPOD is not only different it doesn't work. no enlargements (unless you changed that since i last tried), many do not want yet another account just to comment, it's confusing to many not just me as i have received emails and FB messages asking HOW i was able to comment. the hope for a seamless transition has passed, it's anything but seamless. it's just my opinion but a perfectly good working format was pretty much destroyed. i still have nothing positive to say about it

  7. user-7006958 05/27/2014

    Great pictures Jeff! Thanks for sharing!

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