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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

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Peter/Outlaw

The iris and moss look very nice together. Maybe the gravel drainage will make up for the mossy dampness.

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

I love it! I'm envious of how much is blooming in your garden (or at least showing its face).

Linda Brazill

You have a point; maybe gravel underneath will make it work. I will keep an eye on it.

Linda Brazill

I was surprised at the difference in our "seasons" based on your nearness to the lake that you talked about in the Dahlia post. I have an early woodland Peony that started opening today. I've been out taking pix every few hours!

Lisa at Greenbow

I think this is a good look. It is amazing what the native flora can withstand. Maybe it will be ok with this mossy undercoat. Isn't it a wonderful time of year. Things change hourly in the garden now.

Cathy Thompson

A little textural gem!

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