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  • Re: Gardening Design
    • (Login Celtguy)
      Brugmansia Moderator - Emeritus
      Posted Dec 12, 2011 8:55 PM

      I agree the highly tailored garden has an appeal. But I doubt I'll ever take that approach. I'm a plant person way before I'm a landscaper. If I can make it look nice, great! But I don't see myself exerting such a strong control over my plants and if making space for "just one more" plant makes things a bit like a jungle, well I think my hummers & I will be happy with that. [linked image]

      Patrick
      USDA Zone 8b
      Heat Zone 3
      Sunset Zone 5
      SeaTac, WA...one cool place
      [linked image]
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