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Thursday, January 16, 2020

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Kristin

Oh wow, goals! I wish I could get Hakonechloa to survive in my garden.

Kris P

It's gorgeous. That walkway garden alone is worthy of a feature in a garden magazine.

Jane Miller

Thanks so much for posting this Linda, sorry I had to miss the tour. It is even more spectacular than I remember from a textile event there a few years ago. The back park was an amazing surprise!

Linda Brazill

I think it needs a fair amount of moisture and sun that is not as hot as yours. I am having good luck with it but it took a long time to get it to "take." One of my favorite UK designers loves it, but warns it can suddenly just quit on you. Hoping that doesn't happen to me.

Lisa at Greenbow

Absolutely stunning. Everything is so BIG. Wow.

Loree / danger garden

I simply cannot imagine gardening on that scale. Mind blown.

Erin

Two comments:
1. This garden is absolutely delightful.
2. I WANT that yew hedge. Sadly, so do my resident deer.

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