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Tibetan Temple #2

From The Once and Future King by TH White: “It is God who keeps the price secret, Uther. Not I.” “God? God? What god? I have heard you speak of so many gods. If you mean Mithras…” Says Merlin, “Mithras. Apollo. Arthur. Christ. Call him what …

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Transforming Garden Statues

From old, moldy garden Buddha to Medicine Buddha overnight with Unicorn Spit.

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Ginna Gordon 2018-06-30 13:27:00

This dragon went through three Southern Oregon winters and was chipped and peeling flakes of red paint all over the walkway. I was so anxious to paint it with my new find, Unicorn Spit, that I forgot to take a before photo. But here he is in all …

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Gardens Gone Wild! May 2018 Art Exhibit

Gardens Gone Wild! Our member artists offer florals, paintings of gardens, and more to brighten your environment in a new exhibition, “Gardens Gone Wild.” Show opens May 4 and continues through June 17.   Free Concert Series Minstrel Streams will perform a series of free concerts at Art Presence this year. Sergey Oreshkin—whose blog, Ascentor, […]

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Solstice Bed

While browsing the garden for inspiration, I discovered that the Bamboo I thought I had secured within a deep walled box, had run amok and was vigorously sprouting throughout the adjacent flowers. While snapping them off hoping to at least … Continue reading

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The Oregon Garden

  This is the last of my Oregon Garden collection.  The Gaillardia above turned out to be one of my favorites.  They are so bold and bright.  It was definitely a  blessing having the early morning rain.       … Continue reading

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Yet More from the Oregon Garden

Penstemon, image by John Petersen

  It took me a while to find the name of this flower.  A fellow photographer finally helped me.  Penstemon, Red Riding Hood.  I have not seen it often but it apparently belongs to a large genus here in North … Continue reading

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It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand…

It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand stirs a pot of pumpkin soup (hold-over golden globes from the fall harvest). The other hand turns the page on the 2013 seed catalogue. Applications for garden membership and plots with Bandon Good …

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It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand…

It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand stirs a pot of pumpkin soup (hold-over golden globes from the fall harvest). The other hand turns the page on the 2013 seed catalogue. Applications for garden membership and plots with Bandon Good …

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It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand…

It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand stirs a pot of pumpkin soup (hold-over golden globes from the fall harvest). The other hand turns the page on the 2013 seed catalogue.

Applications for garden membership and plots with Bandon Good Earth Community Garden are available February 1st at Bandon True Value, Hennick’s Home Center, Bandon Public Library, United Country-Bandon, 101 Plants ‘N Things and more. Membership is $10 and a plot is $10 per gardener. Contact Good Earth President Rushel Reed for more information, 541-297-5806, [email protected]

For timely garden tips and community garden updates, visit Good Earth Community Garden on Facebook.

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