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Friday, November 18, 2022


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Kris P

As always, your moves reflect a thoughtful process. I hope the Deinanthe cerulea flourishes in its new location - in addition to its attractive foliage, it looks like it sports very nice flowers in season (not that any season would be appropriate for it in my own garden).


Your artful designs and adjustments are always so inspiring. The Deinanthe is lovely. Hostas are plentiful in this garden, but I must admit 99% of them were here when we moved in. They're not my favorite plants, but they form a nice outline for the other plants. I haven't had much luck with NJ Tea; maybe I need to find a better spot for it.

danger garden

Do you get colorful autumn foliage on your Cornus sanguinea 'Compressa'? I am on my second plant now, as the first one didn't make it. The leaves on the first one used to turn a lovely orange/rust/maroon in the fall, the currently plant, not even a little bit.

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