Profile of Janice Wells

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  • Thanks for your kind words

    I thought I had offended someone and my heart skipped a beat when I started to read the first email.“My father passed away one month ago after a ...

  • A little tech support needed

    For some reason, the pictures I take myself are an acceptable size. That is purely accidental; I point the camera and shoot. I don’t know ...

  • Lovely lilies and hammock-envy

    My Vesey’s fall catalogue has Oriental lilies, Asiatic lilies, heirloom lilies, Turk’s cap lilies, tiger lilies, border lilies and trumpet ...

  • Wanted: one real hammock; with trees

    Containers are the most demanding in times like this and I didn’t plant any this year, so you’d think that would be one thing I wouldn’t have to ...

  • Blame it on the chemo fog

    I was starting to worry there for a while, especially when I failed to recognize one of my favourite native plants in a picture sent a couple of ...

  • A truncated, but enjoyable mystery garden tour

    Aside from the mystery of not knowing which gardens you are going to see until you buy your passport and map ($25; the passport has information ...

  • OK, let’s try that again

    Newman is not a planner. You could in fact say he is a non-planner, an anti-planner, and the further away the event, the less sense he sees in ...

  • In gardening, timing is everything

    Well, fall came and went with nary a bulb going in the ground and here I am again, wishing I had more cheerful spring flowers to make me ...

  • Flower meadows take time ... but are worth the wait

    But I knew that establishing a good wildflower meadow is about a three-year process and takes more work than you might think, so I wasn’t ...

  • A rose is a rose, but what kind?

    But I am also an unapologetic fair weather gardener; not a hot weather gardener, and definitely not a cold weather gardener and so my little ...