Happy New Year 2016

Daphne odora (Winter daphne)

Daphne odora (Winter daphne)

As one year concludes and the next slips in, I want to thank you for visiting with me at pbmGarden.

That I can share my little garden with you brings me great pleasure. To have you stop by and share a bit of yourselves brings me sheer delight.

Best wishes for the new year. May you easily find your way.

Anemone coronaria ‘Mr. Fokker’ and 'Bride'

Anemone coronaria ‘Mr. Fokker’ and ‘Bride’

35 thoughts on “Happy New Year 2016

  1. Carole Balsley

    I have heard winter dapne has a wonderful scent, but I never see it around here. My camellias are blooming. But my white camellias turn brown as soon as they open up. My garden looks scraggly and weedy, but there’s always next year, right? Gardeners need healthy doses of optimism.

    Sent from my iPhone


    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Carole, the scent is how I realized the Daphne had opened. It has a lovely, clean and fresh lemony smell. They’re really worth trying if you come across one and they’re in the garden centers in early winter, maybe even now. I’m looking to add some white camellias too.

  2. P&B

    It has been a pleasure to read your blog and view your wonderful flower arrangements. I’ve been looking forward to seeing a new surprise every week. Thank you for sharing your joy and your techniques.

    Hope your 2016 exceeds all expectation!


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