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The Light and Dark of it!

Posted by meyermike_1micha 5 (mikerno_1@yahoo.com) on
Sat, Oct 29, 11 at 12:29

Plants in light

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Plants in darkness

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Mike


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Nice!
They look like edibles in a candy store window!


Josh


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  • Posted by tapla z5b-6a mid-MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Oct 29, 11 at 13:34

The light: My helper, getting mixed plantings ready for display in the gardens & around the decks/yard, in unusual light:
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The dark of it:
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Al


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Dark

Daliah

Light

Daliahs10-3-9

Dark

Daliahs

Light

DahliahRd10-09

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MorningGlory08

Light

SF-8-20-10

The sleeping child looks like a little angel. Toni


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That's a cool collection you have there mike.

Are you using a t5 ho light fixture?


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Glad there r others who take pics in the dark!


Love the awesome sunsets that r so common here.


This is my 4th summer in this house and this year's drought killed most of the grass. That was when we discovered these 4 ancient stepping stones. You can SEE the humidity in this pic.


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Purple, beautiful sunset/night picture.

Light, dark, as long as the photo comes out, lol.

Do you keep container plants all year or toss? It's a beautiful setup. Did you design it?

Aw, who cares about grass anyway, lol? I admit, I don't bother with grass. As far as I'm concerned, I wish our 12" Hostas would cover areas where grass/weeds grow. lol.


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