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Balcony garden paradise!

Posted by rebelslant z5 Seattle (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 31, 05 at 20:00

I populated my 6ft. by 15 foot balcony to be my little piece of paradise.
In view is a trellised Japanese wisteria (which bloomed this year!), an Abies koreana "horstmanns silberlocke" conifer (left) and a cherry tomato plant at center. English ivy and radiation confetti lantana on table left, stonecrop and sundries in the recessed wood box. On right I used the bottom half of a claypot chicken roster, a cheap frog sculpture and an aquarium pump to create a fountain. Some annuals also showing, gardenia and marigolds. I must admit, the hanging plant and red leaf foliage is fake. Dont like totally bare in winter and I cant find a hanging plant that can survive the severe, drying full sunshine on the space. No matter. It works for me!

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RE: Balcony garden paradise!

Looks very serene!!


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RE: Balcony garden paradise!

You have created a very cozy spot!
Sher


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