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Thursday, February 02, 2023


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Kris P

Great shots, Linda. I was impressed by the large expanse of lamb's ear, which I've tried and repeatedly failed to establish in my current garden. Using a redbud as a groundcover is something I've never even conceived of but it's very effective in that space.


Great photos, and you have me hankering for travel and the growing season ahead. :)


Alliums are one of my favorites, so I am now inspired to plant more!

danger garden

I would love a groundcover Redbud tree! You're right of course, about the blue conifer.

Barbara H.

Lots of good inspiration and clearly someone knows what they are doing in planning and planting these beds. Like Kris, I haven't had a lot of luck with Lamb's Ears, though I like it a lot.


I wish our part of the country were better at public plantings. In a gritty ex-coal town there's little in the way of a public garden tradition. Maybe some day.

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