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Enjoy the Colors of September at Schoepfle

We have entered that in-between time here in September.  It is after Labor Day but before the true start of autumn on the calendar when the temperatures can be warm or cool, when there are still vegetables to be picked … Continue reading

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Cannas brighten the summer garden at Schoepfle

  Cannas are among the summer flowers at Schoepfle that are in bloom now.  We have added three “new” varieties, one being ‘Aida’, one of the Grand Opera Series that Otto used to have here at the garden but was … Continue reading

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Summer Flowers Explode with Color

Summer color burst forth this 4th as the daylilies trail begins to bloom – soon all 48 varieties will add color to the Schoepfle Garden.  Also blooming now are hydrangeas, oak leaf hydrangea, hardy acanthus, phlox and Angel’s Trumpet (Datura).

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Summer Starts at Schoepfle

The last of the rhododendrons are fading and we are slipping into the summer season at the garden.  In bloom now are the red hot pokers, beard’s tongue, spiderwort, astilbe,  kousa dogwoods, and the roses.  Oakleaf hydrangea is just getting … Continue reading

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Golden Chain Tree adds to reasons to visit Schoepfle

The golden chain tree (Laburnum anagyroides) is showing its beautiful strings of flowers.  Despite its beauty, the seeds and all parts of the plant are poisonous.  The rhododendrons continue to be the star of the garden and the mountain laurel … Continue reading

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Rhododendrons bring color for the weekend

As we past mid-May we approach one of the most colorful times at Schoepfle Garden with the blooming of the rhododendrons in the shade garden.  Nearly forty varieties display pinks, reds, whites and purples under the canopy of pine trees.  … Continue reading

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Lilacs, Redbuds, Crabapples all blooming at Schoepfle

Many of the flowering trees in the garden are blooming for Mother’s Day including the lilacs, redbuds, crabapples, quince, flowering almond, bridalwreath spirea, Japanese kerria, and ornamental cherry.  Perennials like the bleeding hearts, columbine and primrose are also blooming.  last weekend … Continue reading

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