Floral Friday ~ Delphinium

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Floral Friday ~ Delphinium One of nature’s fewest true blue flowers, Delphinium indeed makes a statement.  In England, they are called “Queen of the Border” since they have been masterfully bred for over 130 years and stand out in border gardens. Delphinium received their name from the ancient Greeks who thought the shape of the flower bud resembled that of … Read More

Floral Friday ~ Privet

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Privet Berries Seasonality ~ Fall/Winter Inflorescence ~ Panicle Privet berries are part of the Oleaceae Family (Olive) and Ligustrum Genus (Privet). The Ligustrum shrub produces small white fragrant flowers in paniclesduring the spring in the south and in the summer in northern climates.  The flowers then give rise to green berries which ripen into blue (fall) then finally black (winter).  Due to the weight of … Read More