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Monday, April 18, 2022


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What a lovely garden! I spied what I think is a Senecio Angel Wings, and I am determined to try to keep one alive again this summer. Mine didn't do well last year. Thanks for sharing!

Linda Brazill

KRISTIN — His garden is always full of ideas and experiments. I love visiting.

Kris P

Much as I like the container displays (and his use of Mangaves!), I'm in love with the way he's displayed the pruned woody material, allowing it to be used as art and homes for bugs as it's allowed to decompose. I've used some of what I've pruned on my back slope in a miniature Hugelkultur experiment but it's anything but artistic.

Linda Brazill

KRIS P. — Some of these new approaches to gardening are hard to figure out until you see it done in a home garden.

danger garden

Lots to love!

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