Blog Posts - Rose Of Sharon

The unruly bush

On a visit to my sister’s at the weekend, I found her in the garden, pondering what on earth to do with a large, unruly, overgrown bush. Her Rose of Sharon evidently hadn’t been pruned for a very long time … Continue reading →...
by Chooks and Roots on May 6, 2015

Rose Day Great Quotes, Wishes, Thoughts, Sayings, Messages

Rose Day Great Quotes, Wishes, Thoughts, Sayings, Messages In the garden of thy heart, plant naught but the rose of love, and from the nightingale of affection and desire loosen not thy hold. Bahá’u’lláh The rose speaks of love silently...
by Inspiring Quotes on Feb 5, 2015

Escape from Camp 14 – Anderson Cooper’s interview

Originally posted on Rose of Sharon Healing:

Front Yard Landscaping

It’s time for a flower explosion! I’ve been wanting to make this post for at least a month to show off our front yard landscaping but kept running out of time to finish the post. It’s like a bajillion degrees outside so sitting on t...
by Two Studs and A Hammer on Jun 24, 2013

Rose of Sharon Bonsai getting used to new pot

This rhododendron 'Rose of Sharon' is pretty interesting..  They exhibit large lovely purple flowers in the late summer into fall.  This one last season started to show flowers which I promptly clipped so as not to direct any energy into th...
by Bodhisattva Bonsai on Jun 19, 2013

Replacing A Tree

There is this evergreen tree right off the front porch that was left untrimmed for who knows how long. It was overtaking our porch and the neighbors driveway so I had to trim the tree. There were branches cris-crossing all over the place so I attempt...
by Two Studs and A Hammer on May 17, 2013

Featured Plant: Rose of Sharon

Have your spring flowering shrubs stopped flowering leaving your landscape without a *pop* of color?Do you have an area that could use some late summer color? If so, you'll want to seriously consider "Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus Syriacus".While there a...
by The Dean's Greens Gazette on Jul 12, 2012

impermanence. everywhere. always.

By the roadside grew A rose of Sharon. My horse Has just eaten it.        -Matsuo Basho photo via Stargazer Perennials (spring will come) wisdom via Wabi Sabi-The Art of Everyday Life, by Diane Durston (there...
by Clutterquake on Mar 15, 2011

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