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Emersonâ€™s quote finds a special place in every gardenerâ€™s heart. To step outside one morning and be overcome with the sweet smell of the Peony Sarah Bernhardtâ€™s pale blooms is not something that can be done with the wave of a hand. Gardening requires time, weeding, and above all â€“ patience. The end result is undoubtedly worth the labor and is the reason we all get our hands dirty in the first place, isnâ€™t it?
A stunning Hibiscus in our test gardens at American Meadows exemplifies the necessity for patience. This little plant was sent back to us last summer by a customer who was convinced it was dead. We gave it a chance and planted the hibiscus in June of last year. We watered, watched, and waited â€“ finally, it broke ground and green shoots escaped towards the end of the summer.
This year, the results are spectacular. People driving by have stopped to admire the scarlet blooms of this hibiscus and we love looking out the window every day to see a new bud emerge. The beauty of this plant lies not only in itsâ€™ amazing flowers, but in the work behind it. We love to tell the story of the tiny, "dead," plant that only needed a little care and water to flourish into our most talked about element of the garden. Each year, at the end of the season, this Hibiscus will open up and remind us that gardening, like so many other wonderful things, requires patience.
Instant gratification has become inherent in our society. Gardening is one of the beautiful things that will always remain outside of this phenomenon. Plant perennials such as Astilbe, Hydrangea, and Daylilies this fall. Retreat into your home for the winter and watch your garden slowly do the same. Then, come spring, enjoy watching the new growth as the ground thaws and your garden springs to life again. This, as many of you know, is gardening bliss.
Update: Our famous Hibiscus burst into blooms just last week and has been the true star of our summer garden again this year. We hope you enjoy the new picture!