OUR GARDENS: After The Weeds Were Cleared

The west side of the yard looking toward the house.

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  1. Vicky Crouthamel says:

    Hi Betsy, I was just in Berlin last week when we were visiting my sister who lives in DE. What a cute town, I loved it! My brother-in-law and I are really into unusual plants. When we were on Main St we saw curly leaf coleus in a planter outside of a store. They were magnificent but all the googling I have done I cannot find a place to buy them! Have you seen these planters? If so could you tell me which store they are in front of so I can call to ask them where to buy them? Thank you for listening to a really bizarre story!! Vicky

    • Betsy says:


      So sorry to take so long getting back to you! I have been on a bit of a hiatus from my blog as life as gotten in the way :(, (which is the subject of my next post. I do not know where you can get the curly leaf coleus, but I will ask around and see if I can find an answer for you! Thank you so much for reading my blog. I was becoming fairly convinced that no one but my family ever looked at it.

    • Betsy says:

      Vicky…..just realized I spelled your name wrong before. Sorry about that!

    • Betsy says:

      Vicky, I think I found the source of your curly leaf coleus. The only curly leaf coleus I found in town was in the planters in front of The Treasure Chest, which were crafted by Autumn at Bleached Butterfly. She does not remember the specific name of that coleus, but does remember that she purchased it at East Coast Garden Center in Millsboro, DE. It’s a little late for this year, but maybe next year, you’ll be able to pick some up. Best of luck to you!! Betsy

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