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Daily Prompt: Landscape

When you gaze out your window — real or figurative — do you see the forest first, or the trees? I see the tree then I look at the forest surrounding. It’s the same way with seeing people. I see

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sweet kate year after year

Tradescantia Sweet Kate.  Bright yellow foliage in the sun, Blue flowers in mid may into summer. This is aglow in my garden. A very low maintenance plant this plant can handle moist soils and even close to bog situations. my yard is average

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Tiarella and old roots

Old root problem? Don’t try to kill your mower, plant it up. Try this “River series ” of Tiarella. Alow the Tiarella to flow along side that old root and brighten  up  planting path under that tree. I used to

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Polemonium Touch of Class

Polemonium Touch Of Class here is three years old in southeastern pa. It’s in a well-drained area that gets full sun and dry winters. It is next to the building which give it a moderation in temperature. usually Polemonium like part shade,

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Delosperma Beaufort West

Delosperma Beaufort West an alpine of South Africa. Beufort West is a town in South Africa in the western cape provence. This delosperma forms pink flowers with white eyes over mounds of dark green foliage in spring and summer. It

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lewisia cotyledon

Lewisia Rainbow Mix An alpine native of the mountains of the north-east. Succulent leaf rosettes, that are quite attractive with shades of evergreen foliage. They grow best on the side of a cliff. So think of that when you choice

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Garden Pinks is what they used to call them. They are one of the first perennials one gets to know. forming a blue grey foliage carpet and bursting with pink, or red or raspberry blooms in the spring.This is Dianthus Bath

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