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Thursday, May 30, 2013

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mamaraby

Oh my, oh my, oh my! Simply lovely. The moss on the rock is the perfect accent to the blue. :0)

Altoon

The ajuga alongside the waterfall looks so beautiful, more like a wild mountain stream than a contained garden.

gretchen

what is it about ajuga? mine has done the same thing. it spreads but seems to leave a bare spot behind. apparently it's more of a traveler than a 'spreader'!

The Sage Butterfly

That ajuga does seem to flow like water in a stream. Excellent planning and a lovely way to highlight this beautiful plant.

Cindy at enclos*ure

The Ajuga looks perfect beside your wonderful waterfall, but it often is a problem child. I've found that it most wants to grow out in the lawn.

Perfect irises!

Jenny

The iris are gorgeous. What thought you put into your plantings. But I adore your waterfall. Is this a natural feature in your garden?

mary oconnor

Hi Linda, I hope you will accept the following award below. It is offered in appreciation of all your inspiring works. Please keep inspiring all of us!
Very Inspiring Blogger Award
http://lifeisfullofsweetspots.wordpress.com/2013/06/03/very-inspiring-blogger-award/

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