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Many garden pictures

Posted by patsi z7-S.Jersey (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 4, 08 at 8:07

Hope you enjoy. Nothing fancy.

What to stick on a fence


old bench




Shade-late day sun



More Shade



Experminting with Urns-1



Urn-2


Urn-3 nature taking over



Urn-4


Coral Bells "amrthyst myst"



Really old bench full sun-afternoon


Small sun bed-25 feet long



Experimenting with grasses



Pots



Deep shade



Coral Bells"Creme Brulee"



Again with the shade



Sun god I picked up in Texas



Birds nest every year



Only perennials in bloom shade side-spring



More Spring beds






Waiting for the Trumpet Vine Madam Galen to flower



One of my favorite hostas-Sub and Substance



One of my favorite plants-deadnettle-great ground cover



Male hummer underside

I update pictures at "my page".

Thanks,
Patsi


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RE: Many garden pictures

You have BEAUTIFUL gardens! I especially love the urns. Thank you so much for sharing.


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  • Posted by patsi z7-S.Jersey (My Page) on
    Tue, Aug 5, 08 at 15:47

Thanks,

I like the country/cottage look.
I just wanted to show some beds not just close-ups of a flower.
I might have over killed it with so many pics....


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Not too many pics in my opinion. I'd love to see more. I especially love the variegated ornamental grass. Do you know which variety that is?


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  • Posted by patsi z7-S.Jersey (My Page) on
    Wed, Aug 6, 08 at 17:08

Thanks so much.
But next time I'll just direct you to my lastest pics at my blog/website.

Yes it's Dixieland maiden grass.

Here's some different pics easier to view. Click Here Check out the first 2 pictures i think you'll enjoy.

Thanks again,

Patsi


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Patsi - Very nice blog. I love the hummer pics.

I love your Dixieland. I was thinking/hoping that mine is Dixieland because I want mine to be the Dixieland size. I can work the smaller size grasses into my garden easier than the larger ones. Your Dixieland looks brighter than what I have. You probably know more about grasses than I do. Do you think mine is Dixieland?


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  • Posted by patsi z7-S.Jersey (My Page) on
    Thu, Aug 7, 08 at 15:12

It sure looks like it but I'm new to grasses.
My beds are mostly shade and this one was untill we had a couple of trees taken out.
Here's a earlier picture if it helps.
Dixieland Maiden grassDwarf Silvergrass"Miscanthus sisensis 2007

Love to see more of your gardens...

Patsi


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Ok, since you've twisted my arm, here are some pics from my gardens. LOL

I certainly don't have the established plantings and gardens that you do, but it is my little paradise and I love it.

Had the garden shed built in the spring of 2007. I'm not satisfied with the Knockout roses planted beside it. I believe they need more sun. Going to move them this fall and plant lorepetalum there instead. I think the burgundy foliage will be nice against the shed. I love the shed.


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Very nice!


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  • Posted by patsi z7-S.Jersey (My Page) on
    Fri, Aug 8, 08 at 16:04

OMG Blonde!
Blog it!
I want to see more.
I want to see updates with out having to hunt you down at GW.
Think about it...

Patsi


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Thanks so much for the compliment Patsi! I don't think I have enough material to blog. Maybe I will at some point. I've only had my digital camera since this spring. I'm trying to learn as I go (much trial and error) to get good pics. You are great at it. I'm picking up great tips from your postings. Thank you!


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