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Monday, June 06, 2022

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Kris P

If only all our gardens would school us in this manner!

Elizabeth

And there you have it -- why gardening is so fascinating and frustrating at the same time. You research, and study and observe, taking into account all sorts of factors so that you can make the best possible choice for the spot, but at least 1.2 million things will mock you. Not the least of which is that plants are living things and will do what they do. Yes, gardening is endlessly fascinating!

danger garden

I grew this years ago, I love those dark leaves (who cares about the flowers!). Sadly it didn't like my garden.

I just looked over the itinerary for the Madison Fling, once again I am sad that I won't be meeting you, or touring your garden. Hopefully lots of photos will follow in blog land!

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