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Friday, September 10, 2021


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Beautiful! I can imagine sitting in your tea house, enjoying a spot of tea or a splash of gin, and letting my eyes travel over all that lush green. A long sip of cool and refreshing is what it is.


Oh my gosh, that carex is amazing. I can't get hakonechloa to live in my yard, so I think I need to try this!

Kris P

Soothing indeed. I do love woodland gardens.

danger garden

I love that waterfall effect! So do you have issues with mixing white and yellow variegation? Here I see white, but in another post I remember seeing yellow (hakonechloa maybe?). By issues I mean, does it bother you? Do you try to segregate them?

Linda Brazill

LOREE — For the most part I try to keep different variegations somewhat separate. Had to laugh that you asked that, as I have been thinking about it alot as I consider where to plant a few things and what I might order for next year.  Don't really want them mixed or at least not in the same view.

Linda Brazill

KRISTIN — It took many tries before I finally had luck with Hakonechloa. The Carexes have been much easier and there are so many kinds.

Lisa at Greenbow

The grass flowing in the last picture is sensuous. It makes me want to run my fingers through.

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